- Cannabis for Child Seizures: Popular, But Is It Effective?
- SEATTLE -- Epileptic patients and especially parents of children with the condition believe that the cannabidiol component of marijuana was effective, but there remains little solid evidence that it was not just a placebo effect, researchers said here.
- Evidence for Cannabis Benefit in Seizures Still Weak
- Although seizure disorders have become one of the main targets for medical marijuana, proof that it actually works is mostly lacking, with anecdotal reports still the main driver.
- Nerdgirl: 'Hobbit' marathon is best binge-watching
- "There's a 'Hobbit' marathon, and I'm going to cover it for work." Basically, this merited raised eyebrows and a "mmm, that's nice," or beaming smiles from fellow Tolkien-Jackson nerds.
- MH370: Malaysia report indicates plane flew route to avoid detection
- Malaysia has released a preliminary report on the missing Flight MH370 which confirmed that the plane avoided flying over land after an unexplained westward turn and flew along a route apparently designed to prevent it being detected by military radars.
- Pa. art exhibit with strobe lights closed after seizures reported
- Teenagers are also more likely to have seizures due to flashing lights because of a condition called juvenile myclonic epilepsy. "Whenever they go out dancing and they haven't had much sleep and they may have been drinking in a dark nightclub with ...
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