Since boomers are the largest segment of the population, it only stands to reason that they are contributing the most tax money to fund research. And lately there have been some whoppers come up.
The latest is that marijuana may help sleep apnea. NORML (not an exactly unbiased group) is touting this latest study.
Marijuana-based medicines may someday play a role in treating sleeping disorders, including sleep apnea, according to the findings published this month in Sleep, the journal of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society. Sleep apnea is a medical disorder characterized by frequent interruptions in breathing during sleep. It’s associated with numerous serious medical conditions, including headaches, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, heart attack and stroke.
Wooooooo hooooooo. Pot, Dove Chocolate, and Boone’s Farm, good for what ails you.