Dr. Jordan Tishler, a cannabis specialist, who was trained in internal medicine and emergency medicine at Harvard Medical School, addresses the advantages and disadvantages of using cannabis for pain management. This webinar is part of The Marfan Foundation’s Empowerment Series, which address quality of life issues for people with Marfan, VEDS, Loeys-Dietz, and other related
State health officials are making recommendations to control the spread of the virus. Part of that is discontinuing visitation and tours at the state capitol. Lawmakers in the House passed a bill to add an alternative medical marijuana initiative on the November ballot. They also voted to make changes to the selection of IHL college
Presented At: LabRoots – Cannabis Sciences Virtual Event 2019 Presented By: Ruth Bertrand, LPN – Member ACNA, Member Delaware NORMYL and Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network, Medical Marijuana Patient Advocate-Consultant Speaker Biography: Ruth Bertrand is a Licensed Practical Nurse in the state of Delaware who began advocating for cannabis reform a few years ago and has
How medical dispensaries are adapting to the health crisis surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more health stories at https://cronkitenews.azpbs.org/category/health/ Madison Atkinson/Cronkite News
Director of the Dent Cannabis Clinic, Dr. Laszlo Mechtler, called the latest expansion of New York’s medical marijuana program “a game changer.”
Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1JM41yF A year after the law was changed to allow the prescription of cannabis-derived medicine, and as the government prepares to launch a new trial on 20,000 patients in the UK, many doctors claim the legislation is still unclear. Dr Javid Abdelmoneim is in the studio to explain why the NHS
Pain researcher Dr. Jason McDougall discusses questions around medical cannabis and what it means for people living with arthritis. Read the press release: https://arthritis.ca/about-us/news-releases/media-releases/first-arthritis-society-funded-study-into-medical
April 20 has a special place in the hearts of marijuana users, and this year would be the first in Missouri with legalized medical cannabis, but the industry and the state are a little behind schedule due to the coronavirus.
Since Florida confirmed its first COVID-19 cases early last month, people are getting more things delivered, including medical marijuana.
Featuring Danny Bega, MD of Northwestern Medicine. The program reviews what we know, and don’t know, about the role of medical cannabis for dystonia, and provides information to help individuals make informed decisions in partnership with their doctors about the use of cannabis products.
Patients can officially apply for medical marijuana cards in the state of Utah.
Does marijuana actually have any health benefits or are potheads blowing smoke trying to justify their high? Host Myles Bess clears the smoke on medical marijuana research and gets into the weeds discussing some of the high hurdles researchers face when trying to study marijuana. SUBSCRIBE to Above the Noise: https://www.youtube.com/abovethenoise?sub_confirmation=1 ABOVE THE NOISE is
Dr. David Bradford, School of Public & International Affairs, The University of Georgia Medical marijuana is having a positive impact on the bottom line of Medicare’s prescription drug benefit program in states that have legalized its use for medicinal purposes, according to University of Georgia researchers in a study published today in the July issue
2019 ASAP 31st Annual Chiari & Syringomyelia Conference Philadelphia, PA July 24-27, 2019 Topic: The Use of Medical Marijuana for Pain Management Speaker: Dave Knowlton www.ASAP.org
In recent years, with the legalization of medical marijuana in a number of states, the interest in developing and researching marijuana for medical purposes has increased. However, challenges persist for the physicians who are trying to do so. Federal laws tightly regulate marijuana’s use and make it difficult for studies to be conducted and for
Marijuana has been used throughout the course of history in a variety of ways. Dr. Jessica Roland will provide a comprehensive overview of the medicinal uses of the cannabis plant in epilepsy and other diseases. Current research reveals that components of the cannabis plant are benefi cial for certain epilepsies that have not responded to
It may seem counter-intuitive to use one drug to battle addiction to another, but come experts thing it may work. CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports.
A father, a cancer survivor and seizure patient says he was banished from his home for medical marijuana. See why he now faces decades in prison.
Medical marijuana for children with autism- controversial or life-changing?
Medical Cannabis is legal in 33 states now despite having a 94% national support rating. Medical marijuana has helped thousands with cancer, Parkinsons, epilepsy, chronic pain, neurological disorders and so many other illnesses to be able to obtain a quality of life that was not reachable through “traditional, mainstream” treatment. Medical cannabis is also known
For the first time, the American Academy of Neurology said medical marijuana is an effective treatment for some symptoms of multiple sclerosis when given as an oral spray or a pill. However, there’s not enough evidence to determine if smoking the drug is equally effective. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
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
The Department of Health and Senior Services sent out a letter clarifying medical marijuana patients’ rights following confusion in whether card holders can legally possess with no dispensaries yet open.