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Fort Collins, CO – Almost one-quarter of workers in Colorado’s cannabis industry have never received workplace safety and health training, and the remaining three-quarters have reported discrepancies in the quantity and quality of their training, according to a recent study from Colorado State University and the Center for Health, Work and Environment at the Colorado […]

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Green and White all over Maryland has had a rocky start getting its medical cannabis program up and running. Although approved in 2013, the program stalled after requiring that the only growers allowed to grow and distribute cannabis be academic centers. After no one stepped up into that role, last year the legislature named 15 […]

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CLOSEx Embed x Share Iowans overwhelmingly support legalizing marijuana for medical purposes, but they don’t support allowing recreational uses, a new Iowa Poll shows. Wochit Buy Photo Sally Gaer helped successfully lobby for a limited medical-marijuana bill in 2014, and has started receiving shipments of Charlotte’s Web, a cannabis oil, for her daughter, Margaret who […]

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Cayman’s first legal cannabis oil import has piqued business interests and could indicate the start of a budding industry. Michael Anderson, a pharmacist from Foster’s Food Fair-IGA by the airport, confirmed he had received and distributed his first prescription order of medicinal oil since the product was legalized in November. Photographer and political candidate Dennie […]

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Fort Collins, CO – Almost one-quarter of workers in Colorado’s cannabis industry have never received workplace safety and health training, and the remaining three-quarters have reported discrepancies in the quantity and quality of their training, according to a recent study from Colorado State University and the Center for Health, Work and Environment at the Colorado […]

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Fort Collins, CO – Almost one-quarter of workers in Colorado’s cannabis industry have never received workplace safety and health training, and the remaining three-quarters have reported discrepancies in the quantity and quality of their training, according to a recent study from Colorado State University and the Center for Health, Work and Environment at the Colorado […]

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While cannabis has been proven to be medically beneficial in a number of ways, the most recent advantage to emerge is in the looming fight against prescription pill abuse. There have been a handful of studies that show marijuana is a viable treatment for opioid addicts, so much so that it’s even convinced the most conservative states to spearhead medical reform.  Recent findings also show that […]

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Jonathan Gilbert of Roslyn Heights (right) with Gillian Hotz, a professor of neurosurgery at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine. (Photo courtesy of Jonathan Gilbert) Jonathan Gilbert’s oldest son, Jake, a senior at the Wheatley School, started a nonprofit to support Tourette syndrome research after his younger brother, Kane, was diagnosed with the […]

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WASHINGTON — Healthcare providers need more education and openness about the role of medical cannabis for treating chronic pain, including possible combinations with prescription opioids, advocates said here. “It really goes at the heart of educating physicians. Opioids with cannabis can be a much better tool for fighting pain [than opioids alone], and doctors should […]

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