“We’re committed to voluntarily holding ourselves accountable to validated nutrition targets across our portfolio, enhancing our transparency through labeling,” said Fiona Dawson, president of Mars Food.
“We have more people with health insurance (now), and that could be a reason we’re having more uptake in brand-name drug use,” said Murray Aitken, the institute’s executive director.
Project C.U.R.E, along with Ambulance Gateway, an Aurora nonprofit that donates still-useful ambulances to hospitals in need, are donating a 20-year-old Ford ambulance to Belledere
“Pressure sores, bladder and bowel dysfunction, horrible bone density. We’re causing more issues to individuals than having paralysis if we don’t give them options for movement through integrative therapy. It’s also about having them believe disability and wellness can co-exist.”
“When I saw this race coming up, I thought this was one way to give back to the community and to stroke victims since I am one of the ones who survived this very well.”
“The Pain Management Standards foster dangerous pain control practices, the endpoint of which is often the inappropriate provision of opioids with disastrous adverse consequences for individuals, families and communities,” states the letter, which is co-signed by health commissioners from Vermont, Pennsylvania, Alaska and Rhode Island.
“This is not about two kids smoking a joint between cars in a parking lot,” said Jennie Stormes, mother of a teenage boy suspended from school last year for having yogurt mixed with cannabis pills to treat a disease that gives him seizures.
“This shows the community we’re willing to try different things,” said Albany Police Chief Brendan Cox. “This just makes all the sense in the world.”
“They need to make reasonable accommodations so that children who need medical marijuana can go to school,” said Stacey Linn, a Lakewood mother of a 15-year-old with cerebral palsy who is not allowed to wear a skin patch delivering a cannabis-derived treatment to school.