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First medical marijuana sale happens in Butler - Butler Eagle - Butler Eagle



First medical marijuana sale happens in Butler - Butler Eagle 
Butler Eagle
The first medical marijuana dispensed in the state of Pennsylvania was sold on Thursday morning on Pillow Street.

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Rare Disorders Require Unusual Care - Pain News Network



Pain News Network
 
Rare Disorders Require Unusual Care 
Pain News Network
The federal government gave marijuana Schedule I status in the 1970s, but many states legalized medical cannabis in the past two decades in part to deal with rare disorders that do not respond to conventional treatment. Clinical research is justifying ...

 


Georgia Rep. Heath Clark urges action on medical marijuana ... - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer



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Georgia Rep. Heath Clark urges action on medical marijuana ... 
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
CJ. Harris, a senior athlete at Warner Robins High School, was just offered a guaranteed spot on the Auburn Tigers team as a preferred walk-on. It was a dream come true. "Not often that a player can say they get to play for their dream school. God is a ...

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First medical marijuana sale happens in Butler - Butler Eagle



Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
 
First medical marijuana sale happens in Butler 
Butler Eagle
?Because of several changes to Hannah's lifestyle and the consistent use of medical cannabis, we are experiencing seizure control,? she said. ?She hasn't laughed or smiled in three-and-a-half years, and in December, she started laughing again.? Charlie ...
In 'historic day,' Western Pennsylvanians buy medical marijuana for first time Tribune-Review
The long wait is almost over: Medical marijuana sales scheduled to start Thursday Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Program | PA.GOV PA.gov

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Nonprofit View: Person-centered approaches can change your life - Carroll County Times



Carroll County Times
 
Nonprofit View: Person-centered approaches can change your life 
Carroll County Times
My goal is to alert individuals about the advantages we can bring when we integrate within the community. As my confidence grew, I asked Change to give me an internship. I spent time learning how to secure the wheelchairs safely in the transport vans ...

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Stalled in the statehouse - The Garden City Telegram



The Garden City Telegram
 
Stalled in the statehouse 
The Garden City Telegram
?They need another alternative to handle the horrific side effects that they have, the horrific conditions they're dealing with in having multiple seizures a day,? Gallagher said. ?The research Bleeding Kansas has undertaken, it shows that medical ...

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Good Samaritan Hospital Opens New Inpatient EEG Monitoring Suite - North Rockland Daily Voice



North Rockland Daily Voice
 
Good Samaritan Hospital Opens New Inpatient EEG Monitoring Suite 
North Rockland Daily Voice
Good Samaritan Hospital's new Inpatient EEG Monitoring Program has several advantages over an ambulatory EEG exam. The continuous in-hospital monitoring allows for analysis of both the clinical and electrographic features in real-time. Physicians and ...

 


Mom of girl with rare disorder aims to raise awareness on Intern ... - WECT-TV6



Mom of girl with rare disorder aims to raise awareness on Intern ... 
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One day after her 3rd birthday, Ashlynn Freeman was diagnosed with Angelman syndrome.

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Brainwide spread of seizures linked to specific cell type, new study shows - Scope (blog)



Scope (blog)
 
Brainwide spread of seizures linked to specific cell type, new study shows 
Scope (blog)
But between 30 and 40 percent of the time, these drugs fail to halt seizures, resulting in a chronic vulnerability to sometimes ultra-frequent seizures and consequent prohibitions on concentration-critical activities such as driving a car ...
Epilepsy study links mossy brain cells to seizures and memory loss ... National Institutes of Health (press release)

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Multiple forms of epilepsy share similar underpinnings, study finds - USC News



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Multiple forms of epilepsy share similar underpinnings, study finds 
USC News
?Our study shows that although epilepsy is a highly heterogeneous disorder with dozens of different causes, presentations and treatments, multiple common forms of epilepsy do share similar neuroanatomical underpinnings,? said Christopher Whelan, lead ...