Marijuana Could Be an Effective Epilepsy Treatmenti
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August 20, 2014 12:30 AM
A new type of medical marijuana grown in Colorado is proving to be effective in treating epilepsy in children. Doctors, activists and even families are urging the federal government to conduct more research.

Marijuana Could Be an Effective Epilepsy Treatment

Published August 20, 2014

A new type of medical marijuana grown in Colorado is proving to be effective in treating epilepsy in children. Doctors, activists and even families are urging the federal government to conduct more research.


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by: primal from: Kerala,Indian
August 22, 2014 2:51 PM
in my state (Kerala) government trying to stop alcoholism and yesterday they closed 418 bars in my state and every year they are closing down 10% bars and beverage after 10 years there will no hot drinks in my state


by: Lex from: CO SPRINGS
August 20, 2014 9:49 AM
you all need to speed that teleprompter up. This video was hilarious. Curious to what you mean "Could Be an Effective Epilepsy Treatment" being it's already proven to work better than most of the epilepsy drugs on the market. Just think you could have worded it in less of a derp way.