Throughout months of public awareness efforts leading up to the legalization of pot, Canadians have heard a lot about the potential health risks to youth, pregnant women and people who might be prone to mental illness.

But one group that was hungry for information about how cannabis might affect them, but found very little, was Canadians over age 65.

That's an unfortunate oversight, given that "the rates of use among seniors is growing the fastest across the Canadian population," said Fiona Clement, an associate professor of public health policy at the University of Calgary.

Read more here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/seniors-left-out-of-cannabis-public-healt...