Diabetes is a very common and growing widespread disease. Diabetes Type II is known as inuslin resistance diabetes. It is the result of chronic elevations of blood sugar and a decrease in the sensitivity of insulin released from the pancreas.
Chronic pain is ongoing, but oftentimes it is manageable (if not curable). How you manage pain on a day-to-day basis can make a huge impact on your overall sense of well-being. Physical pain can impact your mental, emotional, spiritual and social health, causing a snowball effect.
Topics: Healthy Living
It's no secret that South Florida has a not-so-shiny track record with opiod (over)use. The feds have tightened up policies and procedures resulting in "health" clinic and drug-ring busts. One article states an expected 800 people were to die from opiod overdose in 2016.
Florida is among the latest states to legalize the use and utilization of marijuana. Since the legalization, the market has continued to grow and attract thousands of users, doctors, farmers, researchers and even activists.
There is no such thing as a "normal" headache!
A headache is your body's way of letting you know that there is something wrong. There are many types of headaches. The first step in knowing what to do about your headache is to understand the various types:
Medical cannabis has been approved in the State of Florida recently for a host of different conditions, however since 2014 it has been legal for compassionate use under the "Compassionate Medical Cannabias Act of 2014". To determine if you qualify in Florida, please read our article here.
Multiple Sclerosis is inflammatory common immune medicated demyelinated disease which affects the central nervous system. The characteristic feature of MS is focal demyelinated plagues of the central nervous system.
Topics: Medical Marijuana