Christina Clementz Joins Technical Framework as Service Coordinator

Technical Framework, LLC, a Colorado IT service provider, fills its recently vacated Service Coordinator position.

FORT COLLINS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, August 3, 2021 / — Al Harris, Co-Founder of Technical Framework, announced today that the company's vacant Service Coordinator position has been filled. "We were fortunate to receive applications from several qualified candidates. Our selection was Christina Clementz of Fort Collins, Colorado, who comes highly recommended with strong technical knowledge and over a decade of experience in coordination roles," Harris said.

Technical Framework's service coordinator role involves being a first point-of-contact for helpdesk calls, dispatching field technicians, shipping and receiving, and handling specific aspects of office management. Ms. Clementz will be starting in her new position on August 9th. Harris went on to say, "The service coordinator role is the conduit between humans and tech services and becomes increasingly pivotal as our company grows."

About Technical Framework: Technical Framework offers information technology consulting services to small- and medium-sized businesses in Northern Colorado and across the USA. Services include management of computers and handhelds, networks and servers, and data security. Technical Framework is committed to providing reliable, honest, and innovative services to its clients based on solid core values.

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Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation Statement on Updated Testing Protocols

NASSAU, BAHAMAS, August 3, 2021 / — As part of The Bahamas’ continued efforts to provide a safe and healthy island experience for everyone to enjoy, new testing requirements have been announced for persons applying for a Bahamas Travel Health Visa to enter The Bahamas or travel inter-island within The Bahamas.
Effective Friday, August 6, 2021, the following protocols will take effect:

Entering The Bahamas from Other Countries:

• All fully-vaccinated travelers, as well as children ages 2-11, will be required to obtain a negative COVID-19 test (either a rapid antigen test or PCR test), taken no more than five (5) days prior to the date of arrival to The Bahamas.

• Unvaccinated travelers ages 12 and older must still obtain a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 5 days prior to the date of arrival.

• All children under the age of 2 are exempt from any testing requirements.

Traveling Inter-Island within The Bahamas from the following islands: Nassau & Paradise Island, Grand Bahama, Bimini, Exuma, Abaco and North and South Eleuthera, including Harbour Island:

• All fully-vaccinated persons, as well as children ages 2-11, wishing to travel within The Bahamas will be required to obtain a negative COVID-19 test (either a rapid antigen test or PCR test), taken no more than five (5) days prior to the date of travel.

• Unvaccinated persons ages 12 and older must still obtain a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 5 days prior to the date of travel.

• All children under the age of 2 are exempt from any testing requirements.

Cruise Passengers

• Guests on cruises that originate in and return to The Bahamas must still apply for a Bahamas Travel Health Visa and follow the new testing requirements for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.

– Vaccinated persons must provide a negative PCR test OR rapid antigen test taken no more than five (5) days prior to the date of arrival to The Bahamas.

– Unvaccinated persons are required to obtain a negative PCR test taken no more than five (5) days prior to the date of arrival to The Bahamas.

• All travelers entering The Bahamas on cruises that originate in the U.S. will be subjected to the testing requirements mandated by the cruise line and approved by the Government of The Bahamas.

– Cruise lines may have different requirements for vaccinated and unvaccinated guests. Travelers should check with their cruise line for specific details pertaining to their cruise.

The new testing protocols are for all travelers applying for a Bahamas Travel Health Visa from Friday, August 6, and onward. These protocols will be waived for any person with imminent travel who has already applied for and obtained a Bahamas Travel Health Visa.

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twoplus fertility Releases New Technology to Help Couples Trying to Conceive

NEW YORK, USA, August 3, 2021 / — twoplus fertility, a fertility technology company, is excited to announce the release of the twoplus sperm guide, a new solution for couples who are trying to conceive naturally.

A common misconception about conception is that only a single sperm is needed for fertilization to occur. In the average ejaculate, there are an average of about 100 million sperm. More than 2 million need to enter the cervix so that hundreds can reach the egg for fertilization to occur. Hundreds are required to help prepare the way by breaking down the two outer protective layers of the egg. Many sperm will not survive the acidic environment in the vagina. Combine that with the decreasing average sperm count in men, and having a sufficient number of sperm reach the egg is more challenging than ever.

The twoplus sperm guide is a small, soft, comfortable device used during sex to help sperm get to the right place within the vaginal tract. It protects sperm from harmful acidic vaginal fluid and forms a seal to block any loss of sperm. The guide directs sperm toward the deeper end of the vaginal tract and increases the potential for natural conception. The unique technology is the first of its kind to assist couples with natural conception in the comfort of their home. Importantly, the device also brings back intimacy to conception.

The sperm guide is shipped quickly in discreet packaging and requires no appointments or procedures for use. It is designed to be used in the privacy of the bedroom and has been featured on Forbes, Combinator, TechCrunch, fertility help hub, pregnantish and fermata.

The device was developed after one of the co-founders of twoplus and his wife struggled to conceive for several years. They spoke with other couples who were also experiencing fertility challenges.

“We found a huge gap in the fertility landscape as we were finding a solution for ourselves that is easy to use and convenient,” said twoplus fertility co-founder Dr. Benjamin Tee. “Most of the products are focused on fertility tracking and insurance plans or incremental product improvements. None have focused on providing new, ground-breaking solutions to improve sperm transport to the egg.”

Dr. Tee is a scientist with a Ph.D. from Stanford University and a Stanford Biodesign Fellow. He and his wife welcomed their first baby using the sperm guide technology. “We want to help 1 million couples conceive over the next 10 years,” he said.

twoplus has secured seed funding from top investors, including Y-Combinator and Golden Gate Ventures. They have also formed partnerships with world-class clinicians and scientists from Stanford University and the University of California Berkeley.

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Continuing Education Course Educates Professionals on Changes to Baker Act Procedures

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

Tampa Bay area attorney and former Assistant Public Defender of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Carmen Miller, Esq., is the featured speaker at the seminar on mental health rights.

Tampa Bay area attorney and former Assistant Public Defender of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Carmen Miller, Esq., is the featured speaker at the seminar on mental health rights.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights hosts continuing education for attorneys and other professionals on the Baker Act.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights hosts continuing education for attorneys and other professionals on the Baker Act.

As reported by the Baker Act Reporting Center, an astounding 37,882 involuntary psychiatric examinations were initiated on children across the state.

As reported by the Baker Act Reporting Center, an astounding 337,882 involuntary psychiatric examinations were initiated on children across the state.

Designed for individuals authorized to initiate an involuntary hold, the virtual course is delivered by an attorney and covers basic rights impacted by law.

The lack of reporting on the actual number of people being taken into custody for involuntary psychiatric examinations across the country is unconscionable and must be addressed.”

— Diane Stein, President CCHR Florida

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 3, 2021 / — Commonly known as the Baker Act, Florida’s mental health law, allows for individuals of all ages to be taken into custody for an involuntary psychiatric examination. However, this law is often misunderstood and misused. With changes made during the 2021 legislative session on the procedure for Baker Acting a child, it is more important than ever to ensure this procedure is understood.

According to a new study by researchers at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, only 25 states in the country track involuntary holds with enough data to be analyzed and of those 25, “annual detentions varied from a low of 29 per 100,000 people in Connecticut in 2015 to a high of 966 in Florida in 2018.” Florida initiated more than 210,000 Baker Acts during 2018/2019 across the state with over 37,000 involving children. [1,2]

While Florida recently made changes to the involuntary examination process for children, now requiring reasonable attempts to notify parents, headlines such as “6-year-old Florida girl “traumatized” after being involuntarily sent to mental health facility” and “Florida’s flawed Baker Act rips thousands of kids from school” have been all too frequent spurring the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) to begin offering continuing education on the law. After first receiving approval to host continuing education through the Florida Bar on the Baker Act for attorneys, the move to become a provider through the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling was a logical next step. [3,4,5]

The next complimentary virtual course is being hosted by CCHR on Saturday, August 14th, and will be delivered by attorney Carmen Miller, a former assistant public defender in the Thirteenth Circuit in Tampa, with an extensive background in dealing with Baker Acts. Those in attendance will learn the context and intentions of the mental health law, basic human rights impacted by the Baker Act, changes to the Baker Act process for children and the unintended consequences of involuntary psychiatric examinations. To learn more or to reserve a spot, please call 727-442-8820 or send an email to

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information visit

[1] Study Finds Involuntary Psychiatric Detentions on the Rise
[2] Baker Act Reporting Center
[3] Ibid.
[4] WUSF Health News Florida COMMITTED and Baker Act Abuse – Media Stories
[5] Florida Senate Bill 590: School Safety

Diane Stein
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CCHR FL – The Right to Help in Times of Crisis

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Dr. Suhyun An Scholarship Supports Future Generations of Medical Professionals Across the United States

The scholarship was founded by Dr. Suhyun An, a renowned chiropractor with a desire to give back to aspiring medical students.

HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, August 3, 2021 / — The Dr. Suhyun An Scholarship is pleased to announce it is now accepting applications from students pursing a medical degree and seeking financial assistance.

As the medications, studies, and the technology used in the medical field continue to evolve, there is a perpetually increasing need for us to support the next generation of medical professionals. The Dr. Suhyun An Scholarship was founded due to Dr. An’s desire to assist dedicated students who have shown a commitment to education in the pursuit of a degree in medicine. Founded by Dr. Suhyun An, a renowned chiropractor with an immense passion for overall wellness and total health, the primary goal of the scholarship is to alleviate a portion of the financial burden that many students today face. This is especially true for students pursuing a degree in the medical field who, on average, graduate with over $230,000 in student loan debt – as of a study conducted in 2021. The Dr. Suhyun An Scholarship effectively provides new opportunities for economically disadvantaged youth, giving them the opportunity to pursue their dreams and earn the education they so desire.

“It can be difficult for students to get a foothold in life and establish themselves with nearly a quarter million dollars in debt hanging over their heads,” says Dr. Suhyun An. Known for being a revolutionary in her field, Dr. An recognizes and is committed to shifting the narratives around health and medicine. “The Dr. Suhyun An Scholarship is my way of investing in not only future generations of physicians, nurses, and others in medical careers, but the country as a whole. These young men and women are the ones who will be responsible for the next breakthroughs in medicine and healthcare, and it is an honor to be able to support them as they pursue their dreams.”

The Dr. Suhyun An Scholarship is a awarded to 2 students annually who exemplify a commitment to academic excellence in pursuit of a career in the medical field. To be eligible, students must have a minimum of a 3.0 weighted GPA, two academic or professional references, and submit an essay of 500-800 words detailing why he or she is pursuing a career in the medical field. Video essay submissions are accepted and encouraged, though they are not mandatory.

To apply for the Dr. Suhyun An Scholarship, please visit before November 30th, 2021.

About Dr. Suhyun An

Dr. Suhyun An was born and raised in Korea, immigrating to the United States at the age of 14 with zero knowledge of the English language. Despite this, through her exceptional discipline and perseverance, she excelled in her studies, ultimately graduating high school with over a 4.0 GPA.

Since then, Dr. An, DC, MSN, NP-C has become a respected medical professional, highly requested speaker, published author, and one of the go-to experts for chronic pain treatment in the Houston area. Dr. An has obtained four degrees from a number of prestigious institutions, including Bachelor’s in Biochemistry from the University of Houston, Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine from The Parker College of Chiropractic, Nursing Degree from Wayland Baptist University, and a Masters Degree in Nursing Science from Sanford University.

Dr. Suhyun An
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Award-winning journalist headlines event aimed at saving infant lives.

Kimberly Sears Allers

Kimberly Sears Allers

Internationally recognized maternal & infant health advocate, Kimberly Sears Allers headlines event in effort to help more infants celebrate a 1st birthday.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, UNITED STATES, August 3, 2021 / — Ranked 42nd in the country for infant mortality, Indiana loses more than ten babies every week. The Milk Bank, a nonprofit tissue bank, is hosting a free series with experts and local leaders in its ongoing effort to help more infants celebrate a first birthday.

The Milk Bank and CareSource welcome Kimberly Sears Allers on Thursday, August 5, 2021, Noon-1:30pm Eastern to headline a virtual session on Addressing Racial Disparities in Birth, Breastfeeding and Infant Health.

Five-time author, and internationally recognized advocate for maternal and infant health, Kimberly Sears Allers will explore strategies to address equity barriers for women and families of color. She says, “It is really important that as we think about improving the health outcomes of infants, that we never forget to have an equity approach.”

Kimberly joins regional health leaders, Dr. Cameual Wright, Market Chief Medical Officer of CareSource and Dr. Indy Lane, OB/GYN at Community Health Network. Dr. Cameual Wright says, “health disparities are a key driver of infant and maternal mortality in Indiana and achieving health equity is critical. We must commit to fostering a healthcare community that is diverse, inclusive, equitable and unbiased for all Hoosiers.”

This free, virtual learning series is designed to gather big thinkers and big hearts from all fields as we aspire to reduce the devastating rate of infant mortality. The Milk Bank is honored to share this brave and innovative space with changemakers in our communities. Register this free session today.

About The Milk Bank:
The Milk Bank is a non-profit tissue bank dispensing more than 250,000 ounces of pasteurized donor human milk (PDHM) to more than 65 hospitals throughout the region each year. The Milk Bank was established to improve health outcomes for premature and ill infants, foster better health for children and decrease health care expenditures. The Milk Bank follows the strictest safety standards informed by the CDC and FDA and is a proud member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America (HMBANA). Visit to learn more.

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The Milk Bank
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Russell Health Featured in Corporate Vision Magazine: “A New Online Platform for Innovative Human Tissue Products”

Russell Health – Human Tissue Therapy

The feature discusses Russell Health and their journey with Human Tissue Therapy research, the industry, distribution and more.

WILLOWBROOK, IL, USA, August 3, 2021 / — Based in Willowbrook, Illinois, Russell Health is a national marketer and distributor of specialty medical products and services. Ryan Salvino and Jonathan Benstent, founders of Russell Health, were recently honored with the ‘Best Specialty Regenerative Therapy Products Distributor of 2021’ award in Corporate Vision Magazine.

In celebration of the award, the publication wrote an article about the Russell Health duo in their latest issue. The feature discusses the inception of Russell Health, the founders’ passion for providing life-changing regenerative therapy products, their journey with Human Tissue Therapy research, the industry, distribution and more. The article feature, “A New Online Platform for Innovative Human Tissue Products” can be read in full:

About Russell Health: Russell Health and its partners have distributed regenerative therapy products nationwide and achieved profound clinical outcomes in multiple therapeutic areas including cosmetics, wound care, pain management, podiatry, orthopedic, ocular and gynecology.

With their partners and suppliers, they work to provide innovative life-changing and sustaining products and therapies to patients and healthcare providers around the world.

Human Tissue Therapy products are acellular tissue allografts that use a combination of growth factors and other endogenously synthesized molecules to support the repair, reconstruction and supplementation of the recipient's tissues. These responsibly sourced acellular tissue allografts are helping people of all ages to recover from injuries and get their life back.

Article Pull Quote:

“While the pandemic caused major disruption throughout the industry, Russell Health managed to pivot the patients and physicians for alternative treatments such as Human Tissue Therapy. This demand can help in further enhancing regenerative medicine therapies and discover new applications. As a result. Russell Health is working with some of the top leaders in the regenerative medicine field to continue to grow and provide innovative products to its customers and their patients.” (Corporate Vision Magazine, 2021)

Quote about Russell Health’s Human Tissue Therapy products:

“Our Human Tissue Therapy products help the body boost its ability to heal itself. Responsibly sourced
acellular tissue allografts are helping people of all ages to recover from injuries and get their life back. By using
a combination of growth factors and other endogenously synthesized molecules, Human Tissue Therapy
products support the body with the repair, reconstruction and supplementation of the recipient’s tissues.” (

Visit Russell Health online to learn more about Human Tissue Therapy. For media inquiries or to contact the Russell Health team directly. Please visit or email

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Plyzer Technologies Inc provides update further to previous releases

Plyzer Technologies (OTCMKTS:PLYZ)

BARCELONA, BARCELONA, SPAIN, August 3, 2021 / — Further to the last press release with respect to providing shareholders with a corporate update, the company has been waiting for certain information from Plyzer Spain SL, which is controlled by the YYZBCN financing group, a Toronto, Canada-based company. At this point, YYZBCN has provided upwards of $2 M in financing to Plyzer Spain SL. As per the previously announced agreement between the parties, YYZBCN effectively controls 82 % of Plyzer Spain SL and Plyzer Technologies 18 %. In order for Plyzer Spain SL to continue operations, more financing is needed. YYZBCN has offered to continue financing the company, subject to agreed new terms. A call with the management of YYZBCN is scheduled for tomorrow to discuss the YYZBCN offer, as well as any new developments.

The company will provide an update to shareholders on this matter as well as other corporate matters, after the call with YYZBCN management.

For more information about Plyzer Technologies, please visit
As of June 1-2021, there were 19.24 Billion shares outstanding

This news release may contain forward-looking statements concerning the future operations of the Company. All forward-looking statements concerning the Company’s future plans and operations, including management’s assessment of the Company’s expectations or beliefs, may be subject to certain assumptions, risks, and uncertainties beyond the Company’s control. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and that actual performance and financial results may differ materially from any estimates and projections. Please consult with your registered investment advisor with respect to trading or investing in the Company’s securities.

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Plyzer Technologies
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Affinity Bio Partners Launch Clinical Trials for P.A. Medical Cannabis Patients Suffering From Diabetic Nerve Pain

CHESTER SPRINGS, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, August 3, 2021 / — Affinity Bio Partners, a clinical research organization dedicated to safe, ethical studies that ensure subjects benefit from the development of new and novel treatments and therapies, is pleased to announce that it launched a clinical study in Pennsylvania for medical cannabis patients suffering from diabetic nerve pain. According to, “A large American study estimated that 47% of patients with diabetes have some peripheral neuropathy.” Those who are enrolled in Pennsylvania’s medical cannabis program and suffer from diabetic nerve pain are urged to call 724-859-6200 or email to check enrollment eligibility at no cost.

“I am so excited to be working on this clinical study with Dr. Bryan Doner and the Serena Group. The future of medical cannabis and cannabinoids as medical treatments are dependent upon properly performed clinical studies. It is time for companies to invest their money into performing clinical studies that prove safety and efficacy regarding their products,” says Christina DiArcangelo, CEO, Affinity Bio Partners.

For more information about Affinity Bio Partners, please visit:


About Affinity Bio Partners

Affinity Bio Partners is leading voices for safe and ethical clinical trials while working with stakeholders globally to promote a better and more efficient clinical trial process. Affinity Bio Partners maintains an unwavering dedication to bringing efficiency, safety, innovation and value to the clinical research process.

About Christina DiArcangelo

Christina DiArcangelo, CEO of Affinity Bio Partners has forged a world-class reputation in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry over the past 22 years. Her engagements have led to numerous industry awards, keynote speaking engagements, and a multitude of global clinical trials. Christina has also worked on several drugs that received FDA approval. Throughout the course of Christina's career, she has acted in various capacities for global clinical research organizations, pharmaceutical companies and biotechnology companies.

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Green Lane Communication
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Use of Medical Cannabis Among Seniors Increases & Stigma Decreases

Article regarding Cannabis use with seniors

Cannabis use among seniors

Senior citizens & older adults are among the fastest-growing cannabis consumers. Medicinal benefits are some of the reasons this group is growing as consumers.

98682, VANCOUVER, CANADA, August 3, 2021 / — Senior citizens and older adults are among the fastest-growing groups of medical cannabis consumers. Are you surprised? If one has experienced the medicinal benefits of marijuana, then they're probably not! This plant can be used to treat a variety of ailments, from helping people to get to sleep at night to easing chronic pain that is not even responsive to opioids, etc.

Studies have shown that the older adult population comprises the fast-growing group of new cannabis users. In fact, many conclude about a third of all users in Canada are senior citizens. Not to mention, the numbers reveal that about a quarter of all older adults who use cannabis are new users. Quarter after quarter since the historic legislation of October 2018, more seniors and older adults are discovering the amazing world of cannabis. Another significant finding was that people over the age of 65 were less likely to become daily users in comparison to all the age groups under 65.

CBD Products Are Also Popular Among Older Adults in Canada
The majority of cannabis use among older adults involves using flower or other products that contain the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). It is important to note that a lot of people in their older years enjoy the mellow body effects that are caused by cannabidiol (CBD). If you want to learn more about cannabidiol or CBD oil and its plethora of benefits, you can do so at our previous blog post here.

Medical Marijuana Use Opens Up the Discussion for Seniors
Many older adults are curious about marijuana use is because of medical benefits. Because medical marijuana has been legal in Canada for 20 years or more, this provides older people an environment where they can open up and ask more questions about cannabis. It provides comfort when they are able to weigh the risks vs benefits with a healthcare provider, and in the case of medical cannabis, the list of potential side effects are very few, which is in stark contrast to pharmaceutical options that are used to treat the same ailments, such as chronic pain, insomnia, neuropathy, etc.

Considerations For Older Adults and Cannabis Use
Marijuana is a natural plant, and it is true that no one has ever died from a cannabis overdose. However, that is not to say that there are not certain considerations that people, especially in the elderly population, take in about marijuana use.

Cardiac considerations. Cannabis can increase heart rate and, in some people, can also increase their blood pressure. If you have any existing cardiac issues, talk to your medical provider. It is not uncommon for people over the age of 65 to have multiple medications they are prescribed and take on a daily basis. If you are taking medications (especially blood thinners or anti-seizure medication), you might want to discuss with your healthcare provider whether medical marijuana could have any negative side effects or interactions. It’s important to openly discuss your cannabis usage with your doctors, especially if you have surgery. If you are a user of cannabis, they may need to make adjustments with your levels of anesthesia or take other important precautions.and the highly concentrated forms, such as extracts or high-dosage edibles. CBD is a safe bet and is not known to increase heart rate.

Cognitive considerations. Cannabis products that contain the psychoactive cannabinoid, THC, can have an impact on your thinking. This can be a concern for older adults who are at risk for dementia or confusion. In order to avoid profound psychological effects, it’s better for seniors to stick with products that have lower levels of THC. CBD products in Canada are non-intoxicating and therefore may be preferred by seniors who want to experience the medicinal effects. Curiously, there is also research that suggests patients who use cannabis can improve their cognitive functioning, in part due to the benefits of pain control and improvement in sleep patterns. Further studies need to be conducted in order to confirm these findings.
In Summary

The use of cannabis among the elderly is definitely growing. Social acceptance and the reduction of social stigma are largely part of this trend, but it’s encouraging. Medical marijuana has been documented as an effective agent for patients who suffer from a myriad of health conditions, in particular chronic pain and insomnia.

While cannabis is a natural alternative with very few side effects and very little risk, if you are taking several medications or have a cognitive impairment, you should educate yourself about the benefits and risks. Talk to your healthcare provider or start out with very small doses of THC. Also, experiment with trying CBD or CBD oil alone and experience the other effects of cannabis.

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