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A new video from the American Chemical Society examines the science behind getting high and how some labs are working to prevent "killer" buzzes.
With the rise in prominence of "e-cigs," electronic cannabis may not be too far behind. A Dutch company claims it's created the first legal e-joint.
Riding a Segway on a public pathway is now illegal in the country where everything's legal.
A team of scientists in Israel grow a cannabis plant that, sadly, doesn't get you stoned. At all. In any way. Why would they do such a thing?
No, dating app Bang With Friends hasn't been rebranded again. My420mate.com is its own animal, allegedly the ideal place to meet someone with the same, um, lifestyle as you.
Two high-school students have engineered a 3D-printed cap that stops ketchup from coming out watery.
iPhone app called Cannabis locates the nearest medical-marijuana doctor and supplier, and, just in case, attorney who specializes in medical-marijuana cases.
Why oh why do those salty fried strips have such a hypnotic power over us? Scientists from the American Chemical Society are all over it.
The series, "High Maintenance," will premiere six new episodes on Vimeo On Demand. The series originally launched in 2013.
Pregnenolone might be released by the body to fight the nice feelings created by pot. At least that's what French scientists believe.