We’re getting a better idea of just how many people are applying for medical marijuana cards. We found the numbers after a viewer asked how to apply for one.
To receive credit, visit: http://www.freece.com/freece/CECatalog_Details.aspx?ID=40a4f4e8-c9e2-447e-a371-f266ecdaf6c1 Program Overview Cannabis, or marijuana, has been used for medicinal purposes since 2737 BC. Despite the federal government endorsing the illegal status of this drug, patients have continued to obtain cannabis for medical purposes. Currently, eighteen states and the District of Columbia in the U.S. have laws that allow marijuana
Watch more Marijuana Facts & Medical Marijuana videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/506396-Caregivers-and-Medical-Marijuana-Patients-Marijuana For loved ones of someone that’s ill, usually most of the care for that patient falls on those people. So a caregiver in a patient’s life is usually a person that has to go get groceries, deal with all the basic day to day functions of
Sat, Aug 3: Medical marijuana users are outraged by new laws announced last month which will mean they can no longer grow their own pot. In Canada almost 30,000 people are licensed to possess the drug under the medical marijuana program. Of those 18,000 grow it themselves. But as of April 1, 2014, only those
Mayor David Narkewicz hits the road to visit the Franklin, MA home of New England Treatment Access (netacare.org). Unprecedented access is granted in a room by room tour of the medical marijuana growing facility. He then journeys back to Northampton, MA to take a look at the soon to open dispensary location on Conz st.
It was an unprecedented meeting of the minds and it happened at Harvard Medical School. The subject of April’s confab? Medical cannabis. Researchers suspect cannabis can do so many things, from fighting cancer to easing concussions and Crohn’s disease. There are still tight restrictions but weed is increasingly coming into the scientific mainstream. Science correspondent
Josh Bachynski, director of marketing and outreach at Harvest Medicine Cannabis Clinic gives a primer on marijuana, the difference between CBD and THC, the different strains, how it can be consumed, and how marijuana prescriptions can be used to treat the various conditions associated with prostate cancer. Questions follow, including answers to traveling with the
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Read the Transcript: http://to.pbs.org/qUGKRF Sixteen states have passed laws that allow patients to use medical marijuana to treat side effects of various illnesses, but now some are moving to either limit or repeal those laws. Anna Rau of Montana PBS reports.
A graduate student in Rhode Island was denied an internship because she takes medical marijuana to help relieve pain. She’s now suing the company. Medicinal marijuana is legal in Rhode Island. In light of the case, FOX 7’s Casey Claiborne takes a look at the differences between medicinal marijuana and prescription pills.
The parents of 16-year-old medical marijuana patient Genny Barbour have brought a lawsuit requesting that she be allowed to take her noontime dose while at school. The cannabis oil she takes has controlled her seizures for the first time since she was three months old, according to her Roger and Lora Barbour. (Video by John
Utah voters in November will decide whether to legalize medical marijuana. Opponents recently dropped a lawsuit against the ballot measure, clearing the way for the vote. Taylor Anderson, a government reporter for the Salt Lake Tribune discusses the fight on CBSN.
In the wake of Colorado’s roll-out of retail marijuana comes news that New York is loosening its own marijuana policies. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is unveiling a plan to allow those suffering from serious illnesses access medical marijuana. Jacob Gershman reports. Photo: Getty. Click here to subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive
What do we do about medical marijuana in hospice and palliative care? Dr. Lida Nabati tackles this tough topic in the AAHPM HPMQ video series.
A new medical marijuana guideline developed by Edmonton researchers warns family doctors that the risks may outweigh the benefits for the vast majority of patients. The guideline, published Thursday in the Canadian Family Physician journal, suggests the benefits of medical cannabis may be overstated, and research on its medicinal properties is sorely lacking. To read
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A coalition of Oklahoma health care groups proposed additional restrictions on the distribution of medical marijuana in Oklahoma. The coalition wants the Oklahoma State Department of Health to ban the sale of smokeables, require dispensaries to hire Pharmacists, and limit the number of dispensaries allowed.
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook takes a look at a marijuana-related health illness where diagnosis could be often missed: cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, or CHS. He also reviews the top medical news of 2016 including the Zika virus and the opioid crisis.
Thailand – known for its tough anti-drug trafficking efforts – made history this month as Southeast Asia’s first country to legalize medical marijuana. Steve Sandford report on traditions and new developments in the kingdom. Originally published at – https://www.voanews.com/a/thailand-legalizes-medical-marijuana/4719796.html
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine published a new report on the health effects of marijuana, looking at more than 10,000 studies about medical and recreational use. It is the most comprehensive review since 1999. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the findings.
The legalization of marijuana for medical use in Thailand has created confusion over who can produce it and what qualifies consumers to legally use it. The National Assembly approved the legislation late last year, but the regulations governing the new law have yet to be put in place. Steve Sandford spoke to independent producers of
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NOTE FROM TED: While some viewers might find advice provided in this talk to be helpful as a complementary approach, please do not look to this talk for medical advice. We’ve flagged this talk for falling outside TEDx’s content guidelines because the speaker makes uncorroborated claims about the use of cannabis. This talk only represents
Keystone State Testing, in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, is one of two labs approved by Pennsylvania for the testing of medical marijuana. The lab ensures medication is safe for patients and correctly labeled. The lab will test the ratios of cannabidiol, or CBD – a non-intoxicating compound – and tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, – that
The 19th annual Parkinson’s Disease Patient and Carepartner Symposium focused on living well beyond traditional medicines. In this video, Donald Levy, MD, Director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, discusses the difference between medical and recreational marijuana use, and ongoing studies regarding the efficacy of medical marijuana for the
A kidney patient in Maine has been taken off a transplant wait list for using medical marijuana. STORY: http://bit.ly/2ny81zj
Full story: http://bit.ly/UCDmarijuana UC Davis physician researchers have found that medical marijuana contains multiple bacterial and fungal pathogens that may cause serious and even fatal infections. They warn that smoking, vaping or inhaling aerosolized marijuana could pose a grave risk to patients, especially those with leukemia, lymphoma, AIDS or other condition that suppresses the immune
Cannabis is fast becoming a remedy of choice for some people for treating various ailments. People in America profiles Aari Ruben, an advocate for marijuana legalization who has opened a medical marijuana dispensary in Tucson, Arizona. ––––––––– WATCH MORE: https://www.voanews.com/voa-connect