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to criminalize marijuana in 1915 1937 the Marijuana Tax Act was passed. First documented therapeutic use of Marijuana d
ve generally determined that employers are not required to accommodate any use of medical marijuana by its employees or job applican
Medical marijuana is used for non-terminal illnesses to relieve side effects for standard treatments. Medical marijuana may a
There is not certain evidence to recommendmedical marijuana as a treatment for anypsy
Medical marijuana may be an option fortreating enough conditions, such as nervepain or chemotherapy-related nausea.The p
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ation to accommodate medical
arijuana use. Last year the Oregon Supreme Court ruled
mployers are not required to keep medical
In Britain, vomiting in of medical marijuana are about that accompanies AIDS, the autho
In cases of chemotherapy-induced nausea andclinical trialscancer patients, and the wastingto begin
risen in Canada over the past five years (1995-2000). last week, Health Canada has approved 61 applications from Canadians wishing to u
On January 3, 2006, the Rhode Island Health Assembly made Rhode Island theeleventh s
andThomas C. Slater Medical Marijuana Act mandated the RhodeIsland Department ofGeneral to promulgate regulations to implement a m
A more recent discovery indicates that our boides naturally produce compunds similar to the THC in marijuana that are also
Between the years remains a schedule I than 100 journal articles were
bis initiatives have beem passed at state and local levels, marijuana 1840 and 1900, morenarcotic on the federal level. published in Ame
Marijuana may well provide relief with fewer side-effects than patients have experiencedwith pharmaceutical alternatives.
o c c
The early research findings
n endogenous cannabinoids and
annabinoid receptors made it abundantly
lear that cannabinoid
Marijuanais the most prevalent illicit the within the American householdpopulation, wit
When someone smokes marijuana, THC rapidly passes fromthe lungs intodrugbloodstream, which carries the chemical toorga
d therapeutic use of Marijuana dates back to the Chinese around 2700 B.C
by its employees or job applicants, weather at or away from the employer’s site. This article explains how the medical marijuana act in N
ments. Medical marijuana may also be used by people who suffer from AIDS or HIV to help prevent malnutrition by increasing their appet
ijuana as a treatment for anypsychiatric disorder
m in fire
t required to keep medical
arijuana users on the payroll. Most recently, a district judge
Michigan upheld Walmart’s decision to
ons from Canadians wishing to use marijuana for medical purposes.(8/14/2000) It has also launched a five-year evaluation of the medical
made Rhode Island theeleventh state to establish a medical marijuana program.
e THC in marijuana that are also mediated by cannabinoid receptors. The cognitive impairment caused by marijuana also has the ability to
al articles were published in American and European medical journals on the therapeutic uses of marijuana.
h pharmaceutical alternatives.
c in p m
lear that cannabinoids are involved
numerous normal physiologic
rocesses—namely, control of
ovement, coordination and
erican householdpopulation, with 14.6 million persons 12 or older reporting itsuse during the past 30 days (SAMHSA, 2006).
ow the medical marijuana act in New Jersey has affected its workplace and job areas. The New Jersey Act does not affect federal law conc
nutrition by increasing their appetite. Patients who undergo chemotherapy experience server nausea and vomiting and is sometimes pres
eld Walmart’s decision to
an employee who was using the drug to
lleviate symptoms of cancer.
ve-year evaluation of the medical effectiveness of the drug. Under that program, researchers hope to begin a pilot study at Montreal Gen
y marijuana also has the ability to bring the user to new heights of innovation by enhancing problem solving and creative thinking.
m p p c
ovement, coordination and balance,
ain modulation, pain perception,
leasure sensation, learning and
ognitive fianctions, and mem
ys (SAMHSA, 2006).
t does not affect federal law concerning marijuana, but does decriminalize the medicinal use of marijuana under the New Jersey state law
d vomiting and is sometimes prescribed marijuana as a medicinal use.
egin a pilot study at Montreal General Hospital this fall to test marijuana on about 20 HIV/AIDS patients
ving and creative thinking.
ognitive fianctions, and memory.
na under the New Jersey state law.