Monday, April 15, 2024

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Finding Middle Ground In The National Marijuana Debate

For many voters, a politician’s positions and statements on social issues are a gut check, indicating whether a policymaker generally shares their values.

5 Policy Solutions That Will Prevent Fatal Overdoses

Yesterday was International Overdose Awareness Day, a day to commemorate those whose lives were cut short by fatal overdoses.

5 Tips For Maximizing Donation Dollars To Hurricane Harvey Victims

Many Americans want to help the people suffering from Hurricane Harvey and its unprecedented floods. Here's how to help them in the best way possible.

How To Prevent A Shark Attack Before You Jump In The Water

While death by shark attack is not all that common, there has been a recent surge of sightings and attacks along the west coast.

One Vet’s Opinion On Marijuana As Medicine For Your Pet

When a dog or a cat gets sick and conventional options don’t work, people seek alternatives. What about marijuana as medicine for your pet?

7 Foods That You Didn’t Know Naturally Fight Bad Breath

Sometimes when we realize our breath isn't the freshest, it's too late: we're not in a position to brush our teeth, rinse with mouthwash, or pop a piece of gum. Sometimes, even if only rarely, we need to MacGyver...

Can Washingtonians Grow Their Own Weed? Here’s The Scoop

In 2015, Washington passed Senate Bill 5052, which allowed medical marijuana patients to grow their own weed...but what does that mean for Washingtonians?

Eat These 7 Foods To Help Prevent Summer Sunburn

Sunblock is a must to prevent a summer sunburn, but did you know you can actually add another layer of protection with food?

6 Sweet Summer Fruits That Go Well With Marijuana

As we roll into August, it's a great time to combine cannabis with your favorite summer fruit. Here are six sweet fruits that go well with marijuana.

The AP Puts The Kibosh On Stigmatizing Language Involving Drugs

The AP announced over 200 changes to their Stylebook: Words like ‘addict’ and ‘abuser’ were to be replaced with more person-first and stigmatizing language.

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