Skip to comments.$357,750: NIH Funds Research for App to Promote Exercise for Marijuana Users
Posted on 06/30/2015 1:05:24 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Could an app motivate marijuana users to exercise? The National Institutes of Health is giving $357,750 in taxpayer dollars through its National Institute on Drug Abuse to State University of New York at Buffalo to find out.
Currently, marijuana (MJ) is the most popular illicit drug, but there are few effective interventions to help young adults (age 18 to 25 years) to reduce their MJ intake and avoid negative consequences, including dependence, the grant noted.
This study will develop and initially test an intervention [personalized feedback on MJ use + a smartphone app to promote exercise/physical activity (PA) as a positive alternative to MJ use], designed to help young adults who regularly use MJ to reduce their MJ intake, it added.
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Pot Ping List
Let me know if you want on or off.
And inhale and hold it in 10, 9, 8. 7, uh...7...uh...
An app to help you report your drug use directly to the government. Sounds like a winner!
Ya...don’t you remember, back in 70’s, how you’d get high and then have a little trouble keeping up in aerobics class....???
Be sure to light up at the point in your parents’ basement furthest from the refrigerator to maximize the amount of exercise you get from the munchies.
Don’t forget removing the batteries from the remote control so you have to get up to change the channel.
duuuude, where’s my phone?
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