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Oral Arguments; Constitutional Rights to Cannabis? The Right to Choose Healthcare And Protection for a woman in Washington state

  Freedom and Bodily Autonomy for Medical Marijuana. July 19, 2016. Oral arguments for the Human Rights Legal case of Wilson v. Lynch at the 9th Circuit Court of the United States of America, Browning Federal Court House in San Francisco, California on Thursday morning, July 21, 2016. Moving into its 5th year, the case tests the first, second, fourth and fifth amendments of the US Constitution for a woman who is registered with a medical marijuana card. 60% of Americans approve the legal use of cannabis per Gallup polls.  The plaintiff contends that all people have a right to free speech, their choice of health care and basic rights of protection, including from undue process. The case brings to the forefront more than just one Washington woman’s ‘right to choose’ in a contentiously ‘medically legal’ cannabis state. Medical cannabis has been known since ancient times to have positive health effects.  25 US states have regulated its medical use. Even with this approval, patients who may or may not be using medical marijuana/cannabis are still categorized as criminals.  The federal law classifies cannabis as a dangerous drug similar to opiates, despite research clearly showing its multiple benefits.  ‘Patients are out[…]






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Introducing Decolav Gives, Donating New Product to Local Charities

DECOLAV inaugurated DECOLAV® Gives to be the driving factor in donating new products to local charities and families in need. One of the ways DECOLAV will complete this task is by adding an additional step in the new business development process for DECOLAV® Hospitality, a division of DECOLAV®. Currently, DECOLAV Hospitality manufacturers new vanities or case goods for model rooms by creating a sample. These samples are made to the highest quality that DECOLAV® Hospitality offers to their prestigious clients. The additional step in the process will be after this model room stage. DECOLAV® Gives will work with the client to ensure that these products or similar product is going to local charities or families in need. “Giving back to the community by donating one of our products that will be used for years to come, this creates a space that someone could enjoy, who typically wouldn’t be able to.” said Robert H. Mayer, President of Deco Lav, Inc. “This philosophy has always been a core component to DECOLAV and now with the introduction of DECOLAV® Gives it will continue for many years to come.” DECOLAV® Gives also contributes to local charities in the form of monetary donations and sponsorships[…]






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INTRODUCING THE DIETARY INFLAMATORY INDEX™

  AN ESSENTIAL TOOL FOR MONITORING YOUR HEALTH COLUMBIA, SC. – A large, persuasive, and ever-increasing body of evidence links chronic inflammation to virtually all of the chronic diseases that cause the majority of disability and death in the U.S., including diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer. Combined, these conditions affect well over 50% of the adult population in the United States alone. The total cost to our healthcare system of these conditions combined is estimated to be over $500 billion per year. Disability and loss in productivity create additional drain on our economy. Research has shown, however, that many of these conditions are largely preventable or mitigated through adopting a less inflammatory diet (i.e., one with more anti-inflammatory foods and fewer pro-inflammatory foods). Unfortunately, physicians and other healthcare providers do not currently have a tool, and typically not the specialized training required, to provide meaningful, evidence-based, and actionable dietary advice to patients on how to reduce the burden of chronic inflammation. Thus, the typical advice provided is to eat a diet that is “low-fat, rich in vegetables and healthy whole grains.” It is with this in mind that Dr. James Hébert, Director of the Cancer Prevention and Control Program, and[…]






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