Month: February 2018

Lenten Luncheon I: Justice for victims of domestic abuse

No one falls in love with an abuser, said Mary Travers Murphy. People who become victims of domestic violence “are swept off their feet by a funny, loving angel.” From left: Mary Travers Murphy, executive director of the Family Justice Center, Father Paul Nogaro of St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church, and Connie Foster, domestic violence …

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Medical marijuana vs. epilepsy

Medical marijuana (cannabis) can be beneficial to people with such conditions as cancer, HIV/AIDS, anorexia, migraines, tourette’s syndrome, glaucoma, dementia, and epilepsy, among others. Research on cannabis and on its medical benefits has been done in other countries. Raphael Mechoulam of Israel, who is seen as the guru of research, has identified the molecular structure …

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