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The FDA does not recognize or approve of marijuana as a medicine. Learn what parents need to know about choosing medical marijuana.
Recreational marijuana use is illegal for people under the age of 21. Learn about its negative physical, emotional and mental effects on kids and teens.
Accidental marijuana ingestion can be harmful in children & teens. Learn about the effects of marijuana ingestion on children from Children's Colorado.
Answers to parent questions about medical marijuana for epilepsy -- like does Children's Colorado prescribe it, is it an effective treatment, and more.
None of the pediatric neurologists at Children’s Colorado carry the special licensure required to prescribe medical marijuana.
Learn about FDA-approved and commercially available anti-nausea medicines derived from marijuana frequently used by adults and children with cancer.
Resources and information about marijuana laws and regulations in Colorado.
What parents and caregivers need to know if you have marijuana in the home, from the pediatric experts at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Get the facts about marijuana from the experts at Children's Hospital Colorado. Includes explanations of "pot," "edibles," and how they affect kids.
Children's Hospital Colorado supports clinical trials and rigorous scientific research to determine the safety and efficacy of medical marijuana. Learn more.
In 2012 Colorado voters passed Amendment 64, legalized the recreational use of marijuana for adults age 21 and over. Learn more.
Get answers to frequently asked questions about marijuana, like what impact it has on the developing brain.
Get tips for talking to teens about marijuana, from the pediatric experts at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law a marijuana safe-packaging bill that enhances protection for kids with respect to marijuana edibles.
As more states legalize recreational cannabis, there is a growing safety concern with an increase of children ingesting and being exposed to edible marijuana.
Most of the research on injury risks associated with marijuana has been related to motor vehicle crashes. Learn more about the risk for hospitalization.
Parents should still have conversations with young adults about marijuana use. Get tips from Children's Hospital Colorado.
Although the state of Colorado has legalized marijuana, it remains prohibited under federal law. Learn more about federal and other state laws.
In Colorado, all retail marijuana and marijuana products must be sold in child-resistant packaging. Learn more.
Tips for parents about talking to tweens (ages 10 to 12) about marijuana, from the pediatric experts at Children's Colorado.