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.
Madelynn Garza had her first seizure at three months old.
As little Gemma was settled for bedtime, she was given a dose of cannabis oil the Victorian government bought from Canada last week.
Medical marijuana is legal in parts of the United States and several countries in South America. Argentina is not one of them.
A new medical marijuana dispensary opened in New York.
A new study in the journal JAMA Pediatrics is making waves this week with the news that there’s been a sharp uptick in emergency-room visits and poison-control calls for marijuana poisoning among children in Colorado.
Legislation has been introduced in the Dáil to allow the use of cannabis and cannabis-related products for medicinal purposes, through the provision of a cannabis regulation authority.
Parents of children suffering from difficult-to-treat forms of epilepsy are angry that shipments of the hemp oil they rely on to control their children’s seizures are being seized by Canadian border agents.
Brent and Chantelle Oulton have gotten the breakthrough they’ve been desperately waiting for.