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“Listen, don’t give me any of that oxycodone garbage. … I’m just going to smoke weed.” Patients to James Feeney, a surgeon in Connecticut Medical Marijuana and Acute Pain Study – A new study is being conducted by Dr. Fenney out of Saint Francis Hospital and Medical center in Hartford Connecticut. The trial is state funded
WASHINGTON — Despite ample evidence pointing to the therapeutic, non-addictive qualities of marijuana, the new head of the Drug Enforcement Agency wants to keep it legally classified alongside heroin and other highly addictive substances. “If we come up with a medical use for it, that would be wonderful. But we haven’t,” declared Chuck Rosenberg, the
Prescribing OxyContin To Youngsters With Short-term Medical Needs Could Put Them At Risk For Developing An Addiction FDA approves OxyContin for kids 11 to 16- The Food and Drug Administration has approved the powerful narcotic painkiller OxyContin for children as young as 11. While doctors who treat young cancer patients hailed the approval, others expressed
Arthritis is a bone disease characterized by the inflammation of the joints. Symptoms include a wide range of pain, stiffness, swelling and decreased range of motion. Severe cases of arthritis impair the quality of life of the sufferer drastically, including bouts with significant fatigue and the development of physical deformities. Over 50 million Americans have