We ought to listen to moms. They often know more than we do, do more than we know, and we all know more than a few who would give their lives for their families.
CANNABIS CULTURE- While autism is not yet widely considered a condition for which medical marijuana can be prescribed, doctors have noted cannabis’ therapeutic benefits to relieve autism symptoms. That is why marijuana is now respected by legions of doctors and scientists who understand the positive impacts that marijuana has on the patients that they treat.
Less than a year ago, Erica Daniels, a Horsham mother of two, did what once upon a time she would have considered unthinkable. She gave her autistic son, Leo, now 12, a dose of cannabis oil – marijuana.
Michelle Walker and her husband traveled more than 80 miles Monday for the sake of their 8-year-old son.
Brent and Chantelle Oulton have gotten the breakthrough they’ve been desperately waiting for.
A Georgia mom is helping to lead the charge to expand the state’s limited medical marijuana law, which she says unfairly excludes many patients with severe medical conditions
Illinois’ medical cannabis program is heating up!
LANSING, MI — A Michigan official has rejected a citizen petition and review panel recommendation to add “autism” to the list of conditions that qualify patients for medical marijuana use under state law.
State doctors are presenting evidence, for the second time, to a panel who determines whether there is sufficient evidence to add autism as a qualification for medical cannabis.
When Jim Carrey co-opted the image of a distressed boy with tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) in an effort to reinforce the actor’s views about vaccines, he inadvertently brought attention to TSC, which is, unlike vaccines, associated with autism.