Health Canada issues Type II recall for OrganiGram products - Lift News
The recalled products include both dried marijuana and cannabis oil produced between February 1, 2016 and December 16, 2016.
Health Canada issues Type II recall for OrganiGram products - https://t.co/2NHE4zxZEf #acmpr
This article is part of the Green Watch series. Summary: Bureaucrats and politicians often cite “science” as justification for their efforts to exercise control over Americans’ lives. It’s a fake, politicized “science,” of course. When science suggests tha
Social Theory and Health - Abstract of article: Fantasy paradigms of health inequalities: Utopian thinking[quest]
The theorization of health issues is crucial both for understanding and as a guide for action. By providing a forum for academics and practitioners to engage with the theoretical development of the health debate, Social Theory and Health aims to develop th
We need Recall Legislation, This has been brought before Government on different occasions by Opposition Parties. But Always defeated No Government will implement this legislation once in Power, as they do not want to lose any power or grip on the people.
Värnplikten återinförs 2019, med militär grundutbildning för både kvinnor och män inom ramen för lagen om totalförsvarsplikt. Det blir förslaget från utredningen om den framtida personalförsörjningen i Försvarsmakten, erfar SvD. Om förslagen genomförs är v
CRF Frozen Foods Expands Voluntary Recall to Include All Frozen Vegetable and Fruit Products Due To Possible Health Risk
A failure to reach a deal on health-care funding has sparked a renewed call by some experts and advocates to boost funding for mental health, with one psychologist saying there's a "huge gap between the burden of illness and how much we're investing."
The New Brunswick government is giving up to $990,000 to Moncton's medical marijuana company OrganiGram through payroll rebates.
Organigram prend de l’expansion
Give an alcoholic an hourly drink: Why a controversial Canadian program is catching attention in Australia
A controversial Canadian program that gives a regulated, hourly dose of wine to alcoholics to help manage their addiction and keep them safe has caught the attention of health care researchers in Australia.