Some amount of cognitive decline is a part of the normal aging process. More than 43 million Americans are currently over the age of 65, and the US Census Bureau predicts the senior population will rise to more than 83 … Continued
Studies centered around the benefits of marijuana on epilepsy began way back in 1949. Despite half the participants in a 1978 study becoming seizure-free after three months of cannabidiol (CBD) usage, a substance found in marijuana, scientists disregard the success … Continued
Schizophrenia, a chronic mental illness, typically requires long-term treatment with potent antipsychotic medications. For about one-third of patients diagnosed with schizophrenia, conventional antipsychotics fail to adequately control of their symptoms. However, current research supports cannabidiol (CBD), a compound found in … Continued
According to the American Heart Association, approximately 77.9 million American adults have high blood pressure, putting them at increased risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease. High blood pressure can further shorter life span and potentially decrease quality of life. While … Continued
Migraine headaches affect 13% of the population in the U.S. Thirty-eight million people suffer the impact of this chronic disorder, with women making up 85%. Migraines are the 3rd most common illness in the world and are responsible for healthcare … Continued
Leukemia has been called “the silent killer.” Individuals may experience such minor symptoms as shortness of breath or bruising at first. However, leukemia causes a person’s body to produce excess white blood cells which are abnormal and don’t have the … Continued
The symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can linger for months or even years after a traumatic event. At least 20 percent of all military personnel returning from Iraq and Afghanistan suffer symptoms of PTSD. According to a recent study, … Continued
For years, we’ve listened to propaganda suggesting that marijuana is a gateway to delinquent behaviors and stronger drugs. The “Just Say No” campaign focused law enforcement on the supposed evils of marijuana, while opiates were largely ignored and allowed to … Continued
Proven by dozens of scientific studies and nearly endless success stories, the therapeutic benefits of cannabis for treating everything from pain and Alzheimer’s Disease to cancerous tumors has prompted legalization of marijuana for medical purposes across more than half of … Continued
Multiple sclerosis is most common in women between twenty and forty years old. It is a debilitating and progressive disease of the central nervous system that affects the brain and spinal cord. An estimated 400,000 people in the United States … Continued
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