In 2014, almost 4 percent of pregnant women said they’d recently used marijuana, up from 2.4 percent in 2002, according to an analysis of annual drug use surveys
A big study of older patients hospitalized for common illnesses raises that provocative possibility — and also lots of questions. Patients who got most of their care from women doctors were more likely to leave the hospital alive than those treated by men
If stopgap funding is not solidified, Arapahoe House could shutter its detox operations as soon as Jan. 30, according to Noe and later confirmed by Butler.
“I didn’t like team sports that much because you had to rely on your teammates more than yourself, and if your teammates didn’t put in the same effort that you did, then nothing came out of it,” said Smoky Hill freshman Jordan Fishman. “My dad was like ‘Hey, let’s go to the climbing gym,’ and I fell in love from there.”
The state Department of Public Health and Environment on Tuesday announced $2.35 million in grant funding for seven marijuana-related research studies
The report removes a finding from a draft issued last year indicating that fracking has not caused “widespread, systemic” harm to drinking water in the United States
The provision for the signs was tucked into a law that the Legislature passed this year that requires the state to develop informational material “for the purpose of achieving an abortion-free society.” The signs must be posted by January 2018.
“I just began to be filled with a terrible dread,” she said in an interview. “You’re waiting for the other shoe to drop. … (The anxiety) was ruining my life.”
“The clock is ticking. Patients don’t have time. They want answers, they want cures,” Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, told reporters before House debate began. He said he expected “a pretty big bipartisan vote” for the measure.