New Study Finds Medical Marijuana Legislation Improves Mental Health for Intended Users

Washington, D.C. – A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Basel has found that the approval of medical marijuana has had little impact on the mental health of the general population in the United States. However, the legalization of cannabis for therapeutic purposes has shown benefits for those who require it. The study aimed to determine the effects of medical cannabis legislation on the well-being of specific groups and its therapeutic value. Since the mid-1990s, most states in the U.S. have made access to marijuana easier, either through medical clearance or the … Read more

Class-Action Lawsuit Argues Dating Apps Like Tinder and Hinge Are Deliberately Addictive, Contradicting Their Intended Purpose

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – Dating apps like Tinder and Hinge are facing a class-action federal lawsuit filed in California on Valentine’s Day, alleging that they are intentionally designed to be addictive. The lawsuit claims that hidden algorithms encourage users to stay on the apps and “gamify dating,” contrary to their stated purpose of facilitating genuine connections and relationships. Six plaintiffs argue that these apps, owned by Match Group which also includes, OkCupid, Hinge, and Plenty of Fish, have created a business model that thrives on cultivating a sense of addiction and driving costly subscriptions. … Read more