Sunday, November 28, 2021

Healthcare

Now Is The Time To Diversify The Nation’s Medical Workforce — Here’s How

Schools must intentionally create inclusive learner-focused and empowering environments to assist underrepresented in medicine (URM) students to thrive.

Marijuana And Heart Attacks: What New Research Reveals

While some studies have linked the chemicals of cannabis to a risk for heart attack, much remains unknown about THC's effects on the cardiovascular system.

How CBD And THC Are Changing COVID-19 Treatment

Scientists worldwide are looking to different combinations and strains to understand better how they can decrease long-term complications and death. 

FDA Approves First COVID-19 Rapid Self-Test

Speed is of the essence as the United States is seeing an alarming spread of the COVID-19 virus with little end in sight. 

Insurers And Marijuana: What’s Next For Clinicians To Know?

Prescribing a Schedule 1 drug would place a physician at risk of having his or her DEA registration revoked.

What Is Your Practice Doing To Eliminate Shame And Stigma Around THC And CBD?

The subject of marijuana is still causing extreme concerns in the medical community.

Time For Doctors To Get On Board With THC As A Medical Treatment

Regulations, ethical guidelines set by a medical practice, and local criminal statues (which are always changing) vary widely by state, by county, and by community. 

Doctors & CBD: 5 Things Your Patients Want To Know

Cannabidiol (CBD) is gaining some momentum in the world of health and wellness, specifically in the treatment of anxiety and chronic pain. 

FDA Issues Guidance For Transport Of Specimens During COVID-19

The latest FDA guidance is directed specifically at commercial manufacturers, clinical laboratories and FDA staff.

What Health Professionals Should Know About Recent FDA Actions On Vaccines

Confirming not only a clear commitment to data, the FDA re-iterated its inclusion of diverse populations in COVID-19 vaccine development.

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