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Medical Marijuana May Be Safe for Pain Relief in Cancer Patients, Study Finds

Cancer patients using medical marijuana report less pain, an improved quality of life and few side effects, researchers say.

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The Covid-19 pandemic is causing a spike in pediatric mental health emergencies and longer waits for psychiatric placements, researchers say.

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Colon Cancer Death Rates Are Falling Among the Young — But Only for Whites

Colon Cancer Death Rates Are Falling Among the Young — But Only for Whites

TUESDAY, May 24, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Race and ethnicity matter when battling colon cancer, with young white patients facing notably better odds than Black, Hispanic or Asian patients, new research warns.

A look at colon cancer survival among Americans younger than 50 turned up a glaring discrepancy: Survival five y...

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Medical Marijuana May Offer Safe Pain Relief for Cancer Patients

Medical Marijuana May Offer Safe Pain Relief for Cancer Patients

TUESDAY, May 24, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Cancer patients who use medical marijuana experience less pain and a better quality of life, Israeli researchers report.

And, their new study found, these patients were able to rely less on opioid painkillers, with minimal side effects.

"I hope people pay attention to the r...

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