I’ve seen with my own eyes countless vets that experienced the therapeutic impact of cannabis in countering PTSD.  Finally, the research community is waking up to the reality that cannabis is a powerful healer of many conditions.  Cannabis helped to cure me of Lyme disease, a story I will be disclosing in the not too distant future.  – Eric Dubin, Managing Editor, The News Doctors.

Veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are participating in the first clinical trial studying the efficacy of treatment with marijuana. The trial will observe the benefits and side-effects of smoking marijuana in 76 veterans with PTSD. Researchers are using marijuana with four different levels of potency to investigate which strains of PTSD, and what symptoms,…

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President-elect Donald Trump rolled back on his pledges to build a solid wall along the U.S. border with Mexico, deport 11 million undocumented immigrants, and repeal and replace the Affordable Health Act in his first extensive post-election interview to be broadcast Sunday on CBS’s “60 Minutes.” Trump told “60 Minutes” part of the “wall” likely will…

LEGAL WEED?: The Florida Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday concerning a proposed medical marijuana constitutional amendment.

Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada will vote on legalizing recreational marijuana, while Arkansas, Florida, Montana, and North Dakota are considering medical marijuana initiatives.


My previous article, “CDC commits new vaccine-autism crime,” details the CDC’s refusal to allow its own researcher and chief whistleblower, William Thompson, to testify in a court case involving a boy who was severely damaged by vaccinations.

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William Thompson, the CDC whistleblower, is the subject of the film Vaxxed (trailer);  he admitted publicly that he and his CDC colleagues literally threw damning data into a garbage can, to avoid reaching the conclusion, in a 2004 study, that the MMR vaccine raises the risk of autism in children.


There might be just one option for coverage in 31 percent of counties and only two in another 31 percent in 2017. These figures are sharply up from the current year, when 7 percent of counties had one insurer and 29 percent had two.