A study presented at the 2023 annual meeting of the Menopause Society suggests that cannabis, or marijuana, may be increasingly popular for mitigating symptoms such as sleep difficulties and mood issues, despite a lack of research on the efficacy of marijuana for these purposes. For this study, researchers the the University of California San Francisco surveyed 5,174 women ages 45 to 64 with an average age of 55. The majority of the women had already gone through menopause, 63 percent were white, and two-thirds were working full- or part-time. Read the article here.
More women are using cannabis to ease menopause symptoms, a study suggests
Source: Everyday Health
Click here to learn how STEM selects new articles.