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A new study in the Journal of Clinical Oncology shows that half of oncologists have recommended marijuana to their cancer patients over the previous year. But the other 50 percent of doctors surveyed said they don’t understand how pot works well enough to recommend it to cancer patients. Doctors aren’t sure what, if any, symptoms ...
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The Captain of Florida Cutter, James, has ended his 25-year career on a high after a seizure of $180 million worth of Cocaine in Port Everglades. The recent seizure of six tons of Cocaine in Florida marked a victory for the State’s war against drugs and the final operation for Captain Mark Fedor. Fedor, who ...
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Incidents of major depression jumped a third in the United States from 2013 to 2016 according to a new study. The report, from Chicago-based insurance giant Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, looked at health claims across the nation. Some 9 million Americans suffer from major depression, Blue Cross said, giving a diagnosis rate of 4.4 ...
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Illinois got federal approval Monday to spend $2 billion in Medicaid money on addiction and mental health programs in the state, including opioid abuse. The state’s governor, Bruce Rauner, a Republican, said the federal blessing makes it legal for Illinois to spend Medicaid money on these programs, lumped together in a five-year-long pilot study called ...
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A Washington couple and their young children have been forced out of their new home just ten days after moving in due to crystal meth contamination. Jason and Amanda Gates from Washington were delighted to be able to buy a home in Maple Valley and get on the property ladder in these difficult times. However, ...
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