In states that legalized medical marijuana, U.S. hospitals were expecting crowds of pot smokers, but that didn't happen. Instead, in a surprising twist, they treated far fewer opioid users, a new study shows. That begs the question: Could medical marijuana help curb the opioid epidemic? Learn what the data suggests about this un-intuitive solution. And be sure to consider - are we swapping in a new addiction for an old one?
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