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    Aug 17

    Secondhand smoke increases risk of children developing arthritis later in life  A new study in the journal Rheumatology indicates that being exposed to secondhand smoke in childhood could increase the risk of someone developing arthritis as an adult.  Public
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    Aug 17

    Physiotherapist’s anti-gravity treadmill eases injury recovery and exercise Edmonton’s first anti-gravity treadmill has arrived, allowing those with injuries or arthritis in their lower limbs, joint replacements, etc. to run virtually pain free before surgery or during rehabilitation, speeding recovery. Public
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    Aug 17

    Myriad of health claims suggest cannabis is a panacea for what ails us. But is it? Arthritis, both rheumatoid and osteo, is one disease where cannabis is creating a lot of buzz, in large part because a growing number of patients swear by it for easing stiff, swollen and painful joints. CBC News
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    Aug 17

    What Teachers Should Know About Juvenile Arthritis Many teachers this year will get a student who has Juvenile Arthritis. Learn about what teachers should know in order to understand and help their students with Juvenile Arthritis. Public
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    Jul 30

    CBD for dogs: A practical guide for animal owners Dogs seem to respond very well to one specific chemical in cannabis—cannabidiol. However, when it comes to using Cannabis sativa products for dogs, pet parents have to be extra careful. Learn about using cannabis as an alternative treatment for dogs. Public
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    Jul 25

    New Alternative to Surgery for Stenosis Dr. Carlo Ammendolia has discovered an alternative to surgery for people with stenosis (arthritis in the spine) struggling to walk. It is a program of exercise and manual therapy that has helped hundreds of patients. Toronto Star
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    Jul 18

    Medical marijuana users worry about Canada’s cannabis-impaired driving rules Medical marijuana users worry they won’t be able to get behind the wheel once recreational cannabis is legalized, as the government is not proposing an exemption for medical cannabis users under the cannabis-impaired driving rules. Toronto Star
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    Jul 10

    Vaping, medical cannabis backers say apartment renter's total smoking ban is 'ridiculous' A medical marijuana advocate in Saskatoon is raising a stink about one company's plan to ban all types of smoking in its rental apartments starting this fall. CBC News
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    Jul 10

    Staying Positive May Not Cure RA… But Depression Can Worsen Flares Studies indicate that depression may exacerbate rheumatoid arthritis symptoms, and might even cause disease flare-ups in some cases. Public
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