In the premier debut of Canna Talk with Frye & Wilson-King, Dr. Wilson King discusses cannabis, women’s health, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and sexual function.
James Brent, DDS outlines the mind/body connection and how cannabis and other herbs may help bring the gut and the brain into alignment.
A student from Oakton Community College submitted a compelling answer to the question: what is the real difference between indicas and sativas?
Sarah Mann, MD analyses the knowledge gap in medical schools on cannabis therapeutics and how education can empower both healthcare professionals and the patients that they serve.
Do you have endometriosis and use cannabis (legally prescribed or illicit) to manage your
symptoms? Researchers from Western Sydney University and the University of New South Wales are interested in finding out more about the potential use of cannabis to manage endometriosis pain.
SCC Board Members discuss how cannabis can help treat and manage chronic and acute pain. Genester Wilson-King, MD, Stephen Robinson, MD, and Sherry Yafai, MD explore existing research, case reports, and identify the potential future role cannabis could play in healthcare.
The adult use of cannabis has been legalized in various states in the USA. But issues surrounding social justice, social equity, and inclusion in the cannabis industry remain unclear.
James Brent, DDS explores the deeper connection healthcare professionals can have with the cannabis plant inspired from the herbalist perspective.
Investigators from the Cancer Research Center would like to better understand the opinions of patients and/or their loved ones about the use of medical cannabis.
A video update from Kenzi Riboulet-Zemouli and Michael Krawitz on the World Health Organization’s recommendations on cannabis scheduling and international cannabis law.
A team of cannabis researchers is investigating the use of cannabis containing the cannabinoid cannabigerol (CBG) and people’s experiences with it.
By Matt Cascio, RN, CCFP, Compassion Fatigue Coach I’ve been a Registered Nurse (RN) for 22 years. My practice is more holistic these days, rather than in a hospital setting. At 38 years old, I became a RN after a complete career change. In 2016, I decided to accept a job in an Infusion Center…