Medical News

A journalist who covered the Tiananmen Square massacre talks about the event, about PTSD and how cannabis helped with his anxieties and memories.

“No pharmaceutical medication has ever helped me like cannabis and extracts do. Without it I’d likely be unable to do much as it’s replaced literally dozens of pills taken daily."

91 percent of hospice professionals from 40 states endorsed the use of medical cannabis by their patients.

The new research is expected to have national implications as cannabis legalization continues to expand across the nation.

As expected, the head of New Mexico’s Department of Health approved opioid use disorder as a qualifying condition to use medical cannabis.

Public hearing yields advice of all kinds from all sides.

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