WHITEPAPER EDU. | 
Medical Cannabis – Is This Really Medicine?

By SolaceMD | NOVEMBER 2018 Whether you know it or not, cannabinoids have been a part of you for your whole life. In fact they’re a part of everyone. The endo cannabinoid system (ECS), discovered in 1988, is an organized and multifaceted system that’s involved in the maintenance of a balanced internal environment – a physiological ying-yang process biologists refer to as homeostasis. In a … Continue reading WHITEPAPER EDU. | 
Medical Cannabis – Is This Really Medicine?

New Study, MDVIP: The Grades Are In, Most Americans Score an ‘F’ on Fat IQ Test

New study from MDVIP and Ipsos reveals startling gaps in Americans’ dietary and weight loss knowledge; study points to physician intervention as missing link in obesity management. BOCA RATON, Fla. — June 27, 2018 — While 85 percent of Americans say they know how to eat right, more than half flunked a basic quiz on dietary facts and weight loss. The MDVIP Fat IQ Survey, conducted by … Continue reading New Study, MDVIP: The Grades Are In, Most Americans Score an ‘F’ on Fat IQ Test

Physicians for Informed Consent Releases Information Statement About Vaccines and Immunocompromised Schoolchildren

The Immunocompromised Schoolchildren Risk Group Information Statement was developed to address concerns about risks that the vaccination status of schoolchildren might pose to their immunocompromised classmates. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 2, 2018 Contact: pr@picphysicians.org Newport Beach, Calif. — The nonprofit organization, Physicians for Informed Consent (PIC), has released an information statement entitled “Vaccines: What About Immunocompromised Schoolchildren?” Because immunocompromised schoolchildren are among the most vulnerable children in … Continue reading Physicians for Informed Consent Releases Information Statement About Vaccines and Immunocompromised Schoolchildren

TECHNOLOGY | Georgia’s First Mobile Stroke Unit is now in service

The mobile diagnostic and treatment ambulance brings cutting edge stroke care directly to the patient ATLANTA, June 25, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Grady Health System, Emory University School of Medicine, and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association today unveiled Georgia’s first mobile stroke unit – an ambulance designed to take cutting edge stroke care directly to patients.  The mobile stroke unit is part of the recently launched … Continue reading TECHNOLOGY | Georgia’s First Mobile Stroke Unit is now in service