The Federal Government will invest the money in world-leading medical researchers to target devastating and rare conditions like acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in infants, aplastic anaemia, multiple sclerosis and Huntington’s disease.
Mr Jones joins Jeremy Kyle and Durham’s Police, Crime and Victims Commissioner Ron Hogg as the latest in a line of public figures who have asked club members to share their experiences as they consider the debate around marijuana use, which is now legal in a number of countries.
Amid the harsh sentences meted out to those who abuse cannabis, scientists at the National Research Foundation (NRF) are working to access the medicinal potential of the chemical compounds found in cannabis – cannabinoids – without negative side effects.
Legal marijuana is a multi-billion industry, with nearly every transaction done in cash.
One down – Seven to go – who will be next Last month (December 2017), I made a list of the eight states most likely to legalize marijuana in 2018. The number one state on that list was Vermont, which just so happened to officially legalize recreational cannabis yesterday. So now that Vermont’s out of the way,…
“The only thing that’s really helped me with all these symptoms is cannabis [marijuana],” Pereyda said. “The pain, anger, mood swings, appetite, my sleep, all have been addressed by this one plant. I got my life back.”
“At the very least, people who are using marijuana to treat chronic illness and make their lives possible shouldn’t live under the constant threat of being arrested,” he said recently.
We urgently need high-quality observational research studies to be able to better understand the effects of marijuana on work. We also need to develop an accurate measure of impairment for use in Canadian workplaces.
The Van Arken Watershed is in the heart of the Mattole River headwaters and spans 1,650 acres in Humboldt County, California. This watershed is currently free from residential development, and is a salmon stronghold for wild runs of native coho, chinook, and steelhead.
Patient Perceptions of the Use of Medical Marijuana in the Treatment of Pain After Musculoskeletal Trauma: A Survey of Patients at 2 Trauma Centers in Massachusetts
The majority of patients in this study believed that medical marijuana is a valid treatment and that it does have a role in reducing postinjury and postoperative pain. Those patients who used marijuana during their recovery felt that it alleviated symptoms of pain and reduced their opioid intake. Our results help inform clinicians regarding the perceptions of patients with trauma regarding the usefulness of marijuana in treating pain and support further study into the utility of medical marijuana in this population