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Cannabis-related disorders

Section Editor: Julia Arnsten, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA
Covers prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment (both psychological and physical) of all cannabis-related disorders, including intoxication, withdrawal, and cannabis use disorder (addiction), as well as their medical and psychiatric consequences and co-morbidities.

  1. Poor outcomes of COVID-19 have been reported in older males with medical comorbidities including substance use disorder. However, it is unknown whether there is a difference in COVID-19 treatment outcomes betw...

    Authors: Ann Rydberg, Christopher A. Dodoo, Terry D. Schneekloth and Osama A. Abulseoud
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2023 5:23
  2. The association between long-term cannabis use and balance disturbances has not been investigated in people living with HIV (PWH). We hypothesized that long-term cannabis use in PWH might be associated with mo...

    Authors: Patrick Kiendrebeogo, David Grelotti, Mariana Cherner, Raeanne C. Moore, Bin Tang and Ronald J. Ellis
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2021 3:3
  3. Over the past decade, cannabis use has become increasingly popular in states that include Colorado. During this time, alcohol use disorders (AUDs) and alcohol-related medical conditions have also been consiste...

    Authors: Jeremy T. Hua, Majid Afshar, Brendan J. Clark, Elizabeth J. Kovacs and Ellen L. Burnham
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2020 2:13
  4. Priapism (persistent and painful erection of the penis) is a notable urological emergency, with over 90% of those remaining erect for 24 h losing sexual function. Drug-induced priapism is common in the adult p...

    Authors: Sebastian Montgomery, Kristal Sirju, Joseph Bear, Latha Ganti and John Shivdat
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2020 2:7
  5. Trends toward legalizing cannabis may increase experimentation with the drug among less experienced users with limited knowledge of possible adverse reactions. This study explores the prevalence, frequency, an...

    Authors: Emily M. LaFrance, Amanda Stueber, Nicholas C. Glodosky, Dakota Mauzay and Carrie Cuttler
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2020 2:3
  6. Smartphone applications (apps) offer a promising alternative to face-to-face treatment due to their ease of access and convenience. However, there is a lack of evidence-based apps for cannabis users wishing to...

    Authors: Lucy Albertella, Lisa Gibson, Sally Rooke, Melissa M. Norberg and Jan Copeland
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2019 1:9

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Cannabis Research 2019 1:10

  7. In the United States (US), three in 10 cannabis users develop cannabis use disorder (CUD). Usage patterns in line with CUD may be associated with socio-economic disadvantage, and other negative effects. Thus, ...

    Authors: Navin Kumar, Cheneal Puljević, Jason Ferris, Adam Winstock and Monica J. Barratt
    Citation: Journal of Cannabis Research 2019 1:5