Tisha Casida, founder of That's Natural! explains the basics of cannabidiol, also known as CBD. Her company's product is made from hemp grown in Colorado, as well as a process that contains no solvents (supercritical CO2 extraction).
Darn.. and I was SO looking forward to NOT remembering any of this!
Scientists at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, Australia, have developed a new drug-like molecule with the ability to inhibit a key signal that triggers inflammation in the body.
Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a senior scientist at MIT has declared that we are facing an epidemic of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by autism in ten years. She cites Monsanto's Roundup, as the culprit...
Computer may soon decide if some receive healthcare
As if Oregon's politics couldn't get any crazier, what with with the strange resignation of its governor this month, add this to the mix: its attorney general has launched a second ugly lawsuit against huge Silicon Valley tech company, Oracle.
One of the most under-reported medical success stories in recent years has been the increase in medical tourism: traveling abroad to get high-quality care at a fraction of what it would cost in the United States.
Before there was a vaccine for it, just about every person in America got measles.
A mother-of-six with learning disabilities could be sterilized after health authority and social services bosses asked a judge for permission to force entry into her home, restrain her and take her to hospital.
Sometimes "the cure" leads to a worsening of the very problem you're trying to solve.
The misery of a measles outbreak at the Happiest Place on Earth is an irony even the most jaded epidemiologist could do without, but the 52 cases that originated in Disneyland in December hide within them an even scarier number--scary, that is, unle
Landrum refused to comply, saying the board is accusing him of incompetency. He also accused officials of investigating him only after discovering that he meets patients in vacant parking lots or drives to see them.
What we're left with is a phantasm-map of Nowhere Land, a philosophy of limitation. A translation of human problems and suffering into a professional liar's language...
The definition of this new mental illness essentially amounts to declaring any non-conformity and questioning of authority as a form of insanity.
NHS may be forced to abandon free healthcare for all, says Britain's top doctor as he warns service needs radical change
Nearly 30 percent of the global population is overweight or obese, and this has a significant impact on cancer rates, experts say. According to one recent report,1, 2 obesity is responsible for an estimated 500,000 cancer cases worldwide each year.
Folks, if this is the medical breakthrough that many think it is, the FDA is in for a big fight. It appears they are trying to get regulatory power over a common substance(s) in advance of allowing big Pharma to sell it to the public at inflated pric
I received many interesting comments from readers on Single-Payer "Medicare for All" Proposal; Live and Let Die; Why Does Single-Payer "Work" in Europe?
Denee Mallon marveled at the view of Lake Michigan from her hospital bed in the Windy City, where she had just made history: the then 74-year-old transgender woman underwent a milestone sex reassignment surgery she'd sought for decades. "Here I am, f
Is sugar making us sick? A team of scientists at the University of California in San Francisco believes so, and they're doing something about it.
Vermont Throws in the Towel on Inane Single-Payer "Medicare for All" Proposal; Live and Let Die; Why Does Single-Payer "Work" in Europe?
Alex Moigboi was panicking. He was preparing to enter the Ebola ward wearing just a pair of gloves and a plastic gown over his scrubs.
More than 3,000 operations have been cancelled by the NHS in the first two weeks of this month as an "unprecedented demand" takes its toll.
After 17 years as an oncology nurse, Valerie Warwick took a huge risk and walked away from a lucrative income because she could not be a part of the conventional cancer industry anymore.
$799,860 project to 'ensure elderly are eating healthily' - See more at: http://freebeacon.com/issues/feds-creating-robots-for-old-people/#sthash.vfcCl294.dpuf
Though printing items like chocolate and pizza might be satisfying enough for some, 3D printing still holds a lot of unfulfilled potential.