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Research: Tylenol Shows Emotional Pain Is Real

New research is taking a closer look at the drugs targeted at physical pain and how they might affect other aspects of behavior and emotional experience. One study in 2010 found that acetaminophen,the active ingredient in Tylenol, reduces behavioral and neural responses associated with the pain of social rejection. The study feels that because the drug can […]

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First Positive Feedback From Patient Regarding Apollo Research Medical Marijuana Clinic

Since hosting a continuing medical education seminar, some of our physicians have started to work more closely with Apollo Applied Research, and have offered the service to patients. One of these patients was recently seen in a follow up encounter, and the physician forwarded us all a small note about their findings: Dear Colleagues: I wanted […]

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Medical Marijuana Lowers Incidence of #Opioid Related Death

Marie J. Hayed, PhD, and Mark S. Brown, MD have published an article in JAMA Internal Medicine that notes as Medical Marijuana prescriptions increase in a given community, so too do opioid-related deaths decrease. (Opioids are pain killers such as Oxycodone, Oxycontin, Vicodin, Percocet and Dilauded). From the UofC, Berkeley Wellness Letter, Feb 2015: …the 13 […]

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Primary Care Providers Should Consider Being Part of Project ECHO

ECHO Ontario is a joint project between University Health Network and Queen’s University Continuing Professional Development Office to replicate the Project ECHO developed at the University of New Mexico. The goal is to empower primary care physicians to treat patients more effectively by granting better access to specialists.   The “Hub” practitioners of the program […]

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Apollo Applied Research #MedicalMarijuana Presentation For #ChronicPain

Apollo Applied Medical Marijuana Research is at Allevio Pain Management this evening discussing their Medical Cannabis research project for patients with Chronic Pain. This is a small CME event that was geared to our specialists, but was also attended by some primary care practitioners and Anesthesiologists working with three UHN / University of Toronto affiliated […]

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