Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Medicine In The News (June 14, 2011)

Arizona sued over stalled process for medical pot dispensaries [Link]
AZ Central.com
Two prospective medical marijuana dispensary owners sued the Arizona Department of Health Services and its director Tuesday in hopes of forcing the state to launch the stalled permit application process. ...

U of M gets $51 million federal medical research grant [Link]
MinnPost.com
University of Minnesota officials report they've received a $51 million federal grant for medical research to "increase community involvement in the research process and the efficiency and speed at ...

Lawsuit puts 2 Goodyear medical-pot applicants on hold [Link]
AZ Central.com
Goodyear has received two medical-marijuana dispensary applications, but officials said it is unclear if they will open. That's because the Arizona Department of Health Services, the regulating authority of the ...

People: Justin Timberlake smokes out a rumor [Link]
AZ Central.com - Suzanne Condie Lambert - ‎Jun 14, 2011‎
Long-rumored blunt enthusiast Justin Timberlake is clearing the air. He does, in fact, inhale. "Absolutely," the singer-actor tells Playboy magazine when asked if he smokes pot. ...

Top 6 Health Care Myths From Yesterday's Republican Presidential Debate…In ... [Link]
Think Progress
The seven Republicans who took part in yesterday's presidential debate in New Hampshire all promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act without offering alternatives for expanding access to insurance or lowering ...

Health Insurance Companies on a Stock Buyback Binge [Link]
Minyanville.com
By The Center for Public Integrity Jun 14, 2011 8:00 am You might be surprised to learn that more and more of the dollars you pay for coverage are being sucked into a kind of black hole. Ever wonder what happens to the premiums you pay for your health ...

Bath Salts Abuse Gives Legit Businesses a Dirty Name [Link]
Portfolio.com
States scramble to ban components of illegal drugs marketed as “bath salts” as more and more problems emerge from their use, while legitimate bath-salts makers find sales taking a negative plunge. ...

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