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Medical marijuana shops come to southwest Michigan
NILES, Mich. (AP) - Southwest Michigan will soon see a growing number of state-regulated medical marijuana businesses. The Niles City Council voted on Monday in favor of a resolution stating the intention to adopt three medical marijuana laws passed by ...and more »
- Summit Daily News
Feds: Medical helicopter crash in Colorado was preventable
Colorado Springs Gazette
DENVER — A medical helicopter crash in a Colorado city that killed the pilot and seriously injured two passengers was preventable, federal investigators said Tuesday. The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the July 3, 2015, crash in ...
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More time sought by residents to consider medical marijuana plan in Holyoke, though no opposition voiced - MassLive.comMassLive.com
More time sought by residents to consider medical marijuana plan in Holyoke, though no opposition voiced
3/28/17 - HOLYOKE - Whitney Simmons of Springfield, Massachusetts speaks in favor of a proposal by GTI Massachusetts NP Corp. to open a medical marijuana cultivation and processing facility at 28 Appleton St. on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 in a public ...and more »
Medical examiner's findings released in Orleans lifeguard candidate's drowning - Cape Cod Times (subscription)Medical examiner's findings released in Orleans lifeguard candidate's drowning
Cape Cod Times (subscription)
ORLEANS — Collegiate swimmer Jack Jakubek died May 28 during town lifeguard tryouts because of “asphyxia by drowning in a person with seizure disorder,” according to the Cape and Islands District Attorney's Office. The manner of the 22-year-old's ...
- Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)
Medical marijuana bill up for full WV Senate vote
Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)
The West Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill Tuesday that would legalize and regulate medical marijuana in West Virginia. The bill, sponsored by Sen. Richard Ojeda, D-Logan, still needs to be approved by the full Senate, go through the ...and more »
Trump Proposes Slashing Medical Research This Year, Too
President Donald Trump, who had just proposed slashing the National Institutes of Health's budget for next year by 20 percent, suggested an immediate $1.2 billion cut to the agency Tuesday. There's still not a proper budget to run the country this year.
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- USA TODAY
Controversial Elliot Pellman retiring as NFL's chief medical officer
PHOENIX – As the NFL moves forward with its new chief medical officer, controversial Elliot Pellman's work with the league is finally, officially done. “He's retiring,” Jeff Miller, the NFL's executive vice president of health and safety, told USA ...and more »
- Ventura County Star
Port Hueneme may allow medical pot businesses
Ventura County Star
Port Hueneme may allow medical marijuana products to be manufactured in the city and permit medical cannabis to be grown, sold and delivered in the seaside community. The Port Hueneme City Council last week directed staff to write a proposed ...and more »
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Hospital forgives 'surprise' medical bills for mom seeking help
This is about transparency when it comes to your medical bills and the questions you need to ask when you go to get care. A young mother from Irondequoit contacted us after she got what she calls surprise medical bills in the mail. When we went on the ...
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Oklahoma Supreme Court Rules On Medical Marijuana Ballot Question
OKLAHOMA CITY -. The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled in favor of those who worked to put legalizing medical marijuana up for a vote of the people. The Supreme Court made the decision after supporters sued, saying former Attorney General Scott Pruitt ...
State Supreme Court tosses Pruitt's rewrite of medical marijuana legislationRed Dirt Report
OK Supreme Court rejects medical marijuana ballot r
Kidney patient taken off transplant list for using medical marijuana
AUGUSTA (WGME) -- A kidney patient in Maine has been taken off a transplant wait list for using medical marijuana. State lawmakers are now considering a bill that would prohibit Maine hospitals from doing that, even though one local hospital says there ...and more »
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- The Telegraph
Georgia closer to medical marijuana expansion
Dale Jackson shows a video of his eight-year-old autistic son Colin saying his first word after being treated with cannabis oil as state lawmakers look on during a press conference at the Capitol in Atlanta, Tuesday, March 28, 2017. Two years after ...
Read Allen Peake's appeal to expand Georgia's medical marijuana programAtlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
House passes medical marijuana billWXIA-TV
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- (MedPage Today) -- National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine chart ambitious goal
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- Sun Sentinel (blog)
Medical marijuana bill moves forward in state House
Sun Sentinel (blog)
The House Health Quality Subcommittee voted 14-1 to pass a bill implementing Florida's medical marijuana constitutional amendment that is supported by the same organizations that actively campaigned against the amendment. Dan SweeneyContact ...
Florida House moves forward with 'restrictive' medical marijuana billOrlando Weekly (blog)
Medical marijuana bill draws critics for being too restrictiveMiam
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- Covenant Medical Center unveils new nuclear medicine department
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
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- Motley Fool
3 Top Medical Device Stocks to Buy in 2017
Medical device stocks could be hot over the next few years. From aging baby boomers to expanding middle classes in developing nations, there are plenty of factors that should drive demand for medical devices higher. If you're looking for top medical ...and more »
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Cleveland Clinic says Ohio should be flexible with conditions qualifying for medical marijuana - Columbus Business FirstCleveland Clinic says Ohio should be flexible with conditions qualifying for medical marijuana
Columbus Business First
The No. 2 hospital in the nation wants a way to remove or modify the conditions that qualify patients for medical marijuana in Ohio. Draft rules allow for advocates to petition for new diseases to join the list of 20 qualifying conditions, but not a ...and more »
- Daily Kos
Trump pushes for immediate cuts to education and medical research to pay for his wall
Donald Trump just can't wait to make struggling Americans suffer. He's not willing to wait until Congress passes the next round of bills funding the government—he wants to go back and strip funding that already passed Congress for the current fiscal ...
Part 1, What Is a Medical Marijuana Card?
A medical marijuana card (also known as “MMID” or “cannabis card”) is an identification card used by patients to enter medical dispensaries (or “cannabis clubs”) and purchase the plant to treat their corresponding health ailment or symptoms. It also ...
Recent rain causes road closure near Shawnee Mission Medical ...
SHAWNEE, Kan. - The Kansas Department of Transportation has closed a portion of Frontage Road near Shawnee Mission Medical Center due to major ...
Repairs forces road by Shawnee Mission Medical Center to close ...Kansas City Starall 3 news articles »
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Ailing dog, Tanner, shelter medical bills are focus of major fundraiser at Mallie's April 13 - Southgate News HeraldSouthgate News Herald
Ailing dog, Tanner, shelter medical bills are focus of major fundraiser at Mallie's April 13
Southgate News Herald
A fundraiser at Mallie's Sports Grill & Bar for the Brownstown Township Animal Shelter will benefit this ailing dog, Tanner, and address mounting medical bills that are in the thousands. Donations can be made specifically for Tanner. Photo courtesy of ...
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- Washington Examiner
Supreme Court says Texas can't use old medical standards for death row inmates
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Texas death row inmate Tuesday, sending his case back to the appeals court and invalidating the state's method of determining if a death-sentenced inmate is intellectually disabled and therefore ineligible for ...
Supreme Court rules that failure to follow medical standards in death penalty case violates Eighth AmendmentWashington Exami
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Drinking tea could help stave off cognitive decline
Medical News Today
Thanks to its high levels of antioxidants, tea has been linked to a lower risk of diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. However, its potential health benefits may not end there. Researchers have found that regular tea consumption could more than halve ...
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