“Can one get addicted to medical marijuana? If so, what is good about it?”

“Can one get addicted to medical marijuana? If so, what is good about it?” What an odd question. You can get addicted to almost every drug your doctor prescribes, do you ask them “what good are they then doc” if your drugs are addictive? Emoticons, that’s what’s missing from Quora! So, cannabis isn’t addictive, it doesn’t even stimulate the reward centre of our brains, like chocolate or sugar or coffee even. Studies, no studies you say….! Not so Barb Kueber’s answer to Why are there still no conclusive studies on the long term effects of marijuana use? Barb Kueber’s answer … Continue reading “Can one get addicted to medical marijuana? If so, what is good about it?”

Your answer may need improvement!!

Well, here’s another collapsed answer, may as post it here, seems a shame wasting my effort and time, only to have my stuff hidden. https://www.quora.com/Do-you-smoke-marijuana-knowing-that-it-eventually-slows-down-your-brain-and-drive-Or-do-you-deny-that-that-happens/answer/Barb-Kueber?ch=10&share=34b54f95&srid=O4PS Sorry but, your bias is showing! Nope, using cannabis hasn’t slowed me down, not one … Continue reading Your answer may need improvement!!

A View from the Bench!

Excerpt of article follows – from Canadian Bar Association – Source – A judge’s view: things lawyers do that annoy judges; things they do that impress judges “This paper was presented by the Honourable Mr. Justice Joseph W. Quinn at the 2012 Family Law Institute in Toronto on February 10, 2012. It has been expanded slightly to incorporate comments made orally by Justice Quinn on that occasion.” A judge’s view: things lawyers do that annoy judges; things they do that impress judges 1. Rolling eyes, dancing eyebrows and other mannerisms [9] Most mannerisms are annoying; more importantly, they are distracting. Do you want me to be … Continue reading A View from the Bench!

Now Google Is Shadow Banning Entire Websites (Including This One!) — Patients for Medical Cannabis

This post is a re-blog from https://patients4medicalmarijuana.wordpress.com https://patients4medicalmarijuana.wordpress.com/2018/10/28/now-google-is-shadow-banning-entire-websites-including-this-one/ Yesterday I noticed something strange. The post that put this blog on the map, so to speak, is “Marijuana versus cigarettes“, which went wildly viral years ago and has been the number one in search results on Google when searching the topic. Always this post gets the most views per day… until just a few […] via Now Google Is Shadow Banning Entire Websites (Including This One!) — Patients for Medical Cannabis This post is a re-blog from https://patients4medicalmarijuana.wordpress.com Continue reading Now Google Is Shadow Banning Entire Websites (Including This One!) — Patients for Medical Cannabis

More Nurses refuse flu-shots

Republished article follows, from Wisemindhealthybody is powered by eatlocalgrown.com Source article – We Won’t Back Down: 22,000 Nurses Refuse “Mandatory” Vaccinations = by Nick Meyer Even though the effectiveness of vaccines for preventing transmission of disease to patients has been strongly questioned if not outright … Continue reading More Nurses refuse flu-shots

Quora Moderation sent you a message!

Well, it’s October 22, 2018, here’s a surprise, Quora Moderation sent you a message, actually, Quora Moderation sent you several messages, now that you snubbed our “partners program” even as you broke the million view mark.  This happened, oddly, directly after my answers were sent to a pack of shills, a herd of smarmy gang-stalkers, again, and my good real answers, were used to sell these ghost-written or bot-generated advertisements that are used a vehicle to disperse pure unfettered bullshit, Quora is much like silk-road, depending on how much you pay to control the content me-thinks. Check out the email I just received – This answer, btw, not … Continue reading Quora Moderation sent you a message!

Tobacco Subsidies in the United States totaled $1.9 billion from 1995-2017.

Reproduced, without any permission whatsoever!! “Tobacco is the only consumer product that kills when used exactly as the manufacturer intends. It does so at an alarming rate – one in two long-term users will eventually be killed by their habit. While … Continue reading Tobacco Subsidies in the United States totaled $1.9 billion from 1995-2017.

ONCA – Doctor Billing info not private

Source – Ontario Medical Association v. Ontario (Information, 2018 ONCA 673 (CanLII) Excerpt follows, with emphasis added [1]         A reporter for the Toronto Star requested access to information from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (the “Ministry”) pursuant to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. F.31 (the “Act”). She sought access to the names of the top 100 physician billers to the Ontario Health Insurance Program (“OHIP”) for the 2008 to 2012 fiscal years and a breakdown of the physicians’ medical specialties and the dollar amounts billed. [2]         An adjudicator assigned by the Information and Privacy Commissioner (the “IPCO” and the … Continue reading ONCA – Doctor Billing info not private

B.C. patients launch court challenge over forced psychiatric treatments

Republication follows, with emphasis added / Source https://beta.theglobeandmail.com/news/british-columbia/bc-patients-launch-court-challenge-over-forced-psychiatric-treatments/ ANDREA WOO VANCOUVER MARCH 24, 2017SEPTEMBER 13, 2016 Two people who were forced to receive injection medications and electroconvulsive therapy while involuntarily detained for mental-health reasons are challenging the constitutional validity of forced … Continue reading B.C. patients launch court challenge over forced psychiatric treatments

Tolling the Statute of Limitations

Citation: Presidential MSH Corporation v. Marr Foster & Co. LLP, 2017 ONCA 325 (CanLII), <http://canlii.ca/t/h3cp2&gt;, retrieved on 2017-07-22 A republished commentary on this Ontario Court of Appeal decision follows Source link http://canliiconnects.org/en/commentaries/46122 Fixing the Mistake: Limitation Periods in Professional Negligence … Continue reading Tolling the Statute of Limitations

Duty to Consult and Decision to Fund

Full citation of case commented on – Citation: Saugeen First Nation v Ontario (MNRF), 2017 ONSC 3456 (CanLII), <http://canlii.ca/t/h4tf2&gt;, retrieved on 2017-07-20 Republished blog follows – original article http://canliiconnects.org/en/commentaries/46064 Saugeen First Nation v Ontario (MNRF), 2017 ONSC 3456 (CanLII) by … Continue reading Duty to Consult and Decision to Fund