March 2018

Getty There have been issues with launching the medical cannabis program in the state of Pennsylvania, including dispensaries experiencing a shortage of available product for patients. Despite this, the State Department of Health recently announced it would be accepting more applications for new dispensaries and growing operations in April of this year. According to NBC […]

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Google Maps.  STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.– A Castleton Corners woman is accused of selling cannabis oil and unlawfully stamped cigarettes to an undercover officer on several occasions, authorities said. Teonba Handy, 39, of Schmidts Lane, is charged with felony criminal sale of a controlled substance, criminally using drug paraphernalia, and cigarettes and tobacco product tax, said […]

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Online survey deadline St. Albert residents have until Wednesday, April 4 to fill out a city survey on cannabis. The city of St. Albert launched the survey on March 20 and as of Wednesday they had 1,430 residents share their opinions – a surprisingly good response, considering the city usually expects about 400 responses to […]

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Published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, a new study suggests a link between cannabis use and cigarette smoking. The study found that non-smokers and former smokers who use marijuana had a better chance of smoking cigarettes than those who didn’t. The Study’s Findings Researchers at the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health and the City University […]

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No other part of Colorado captures the controversy over legal cannabis quite like Pueblo County, where anecdotal reports of crime and economic benefits often clash with each other. To help definitively answer questions about pot’s impact on Pueblo while furthering dialogue, the Colorado State University Pueblo Institute of Cannabis Research will make all of its […]

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http://www.jbsa.mil/ The bill would prohibit drivers from holding or supporting phones, computers, cameras, or other devices with their bodies while driving, and would prohibit reading anything on a phone or other device while driving, unless the information is being used for navigation. The “Hands Free Georgia Bill,” House Bill 673, which Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle […]

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  Cannabis essential oil does fall under the category of most unusual essential oil range, but that’s just because of the stigma related to the plant in which it is derived from. Hemp and cannabis are a naturally grown herb which have been used in traditional medicines for thousands of years, they have gotten a […]

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CLOSE The legal weed industry is among the fastest-growing in the United States, according to a Marijuana Business Daily report. Veuer’s Sam Berman has the full story. Buzz60 Using cannabis oil for seizures and epilepsy is now legal in Tennessee after Gov. Bill Haslam signed a limited legalization bill. People must have a recommendation from […]

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Georgia lawmakers agreed to a budget that fully funds the state’s K-12 education formula and passed a measure that cracks down on distracted driving before the gavel fell on this year’s legislative session early Friday. A number of bills, including a controversial immigration enforcement measure and a proposal to move away from electronic voting machines […]

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DES MOINES, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) – Iowa’s first cannabis oil facility doesn’t officially open its doors until almost the end of the year. MedPharm will ship out thousands of products to five dispensaries around the state. “This is a medicine and it really can deliver a lot of benefits,” MedPharm representative Lucas Nelson said. The operation […]

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Michelle Weiner, DO, MPH Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep or a combination. More than one third of the population suffers from this condition. Some sleep disturbances classified as Secondary insomnia are related to underlying health issues such as pain, anxiety, depression, asthma, Gerd as well as side effects […]

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