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Dying for Pot in N.J.
Daily Beast
One of more than a thousand on the waiting list at New Jersey’s sole legal dispensary for medical marijuana—Greenleaf Compassion Center—her patience is wearing thin. “I keep waiting for them to call,” she says. “I have my card, I’m ready to go. I passed.
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NM medical board to rule on complaint against 1 of nation’s few late-term
Washington Post
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A woman from New York came to New Mexico to terminate her pregnancy at one of the nation’s four late-term abortion clinics after she found out the fetus she had been carrying for more than eight months had severe brain
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Therapists: Change in medical coding threatens mental health care
NBCNews.com (blog)
By JoNel Aleccia, Staff Writer, NBC News. Published at 4:45 a.m. ET: Marc Milhander conducted more than 100 psychotherapy sessions in the first few weeks of this year, treating patients ranging from the mildly anxious to the severely depressed and the
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Court tosses challenge to Tehama medical pot ordinance
Sacramento Bee
A challenge by medical marijuana patients to a Tehama County ordinance that regulates marijuana cultivation was rejected Wednesday by a Sacramento-based appellate court. The plaintiffs contend the ordinance is impermissible under the California
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USA Gymnastics forms task force
FOXSports.com
Updated Feb 7, 2013 4:23 AM ET. INDIANAPOLIS (AP). USA Gymnastics has formed a medical task force to ensure everything possible is being done to prevent and treat injuries. Olympic gymnastics gallery · TOE THE LINE. World’s best gymnasts pointed all
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Bill Targets Caribbean Medical School With Eye on Texas
Texas Tribune
For more than a year, a foreign medical school has been seeking approval to operate in Texas, and its controversial bid has overcome a number of roadblocks. This legislative session, a recently filed bill will put it to one more high-stakes test. What
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Claims about medical malpractice lawsuits rejected
DesMoinesRegister.com
Iowa should not blame its doctor shortage on the cost of medical malpractice lawsuits, a national expert says. Gov. Terry Branstad is pushing for limits on such lawsuits, saying they’re a major reason the state has trouble recruiting enough doctors
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Englewood Hospital Medical Center Changes the Face of Healthcare in Fort Lee
Patch.com
Warren Geller, President and CEO of Englewood Hospital Medical Center, told the crowd gathered at the opening of the new multi-specialty physician office in Fort Lee, “This is an example of physicians coming to you.” Englewood Hospital Medical Center
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EDITORIAL: Medical clinic impact on community immeasurable
The Daily News Journal
On Jan. 29, as many as 500 people got a sneak peak at the new Murfreesboro Medical Clinic facility at 1272 Garrison Drive, across from Middle Tennessee Medical Center. The facility is beautiful, modern and will employ hundreds of doctors, nurses,
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Medical marijuana bill has slim chance, but growing support, sponsor says
Lexington Herald Leader
But with so many states allowing the use of marijuana for medical purposes and two states — Colorado and Washington — decriminalizing marijuana, Clark predicted Kentucky will soon follow. “This is an issue where the people are ahead of the
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MediCal cuts threatens EPHC with closure
Plumas County Newspapers
In the next 30 to 60 days, the California Department of Health Care Services will be implementing a 25 percent cut to MediCal reimbursements to California hospitals. Not only will DHCS be lowering the reimbursement rates back to the same rates of 2008,
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Medical: Only third of elderly Medicare patients die at home
WRTV Indianapolis
4 in The Journal of the American Medical Association, also shows that a smaller proportion of Medicare patients were dying in hospitals at the end of the last decade than at the beginning: 32.6 percent in 2000, versus 24.5 percent in 2009. That’s
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