How to save your job: How to prevent injury with medical marijuana
The number of firefighters dying from cancer has surged to nearly 1,200 in the past two years.
A new study found that medical marijuana has helped some of them live a longer and healthier life.
Medical marijuana has been shown to be effective for people with cancer and other serious illnesses, but not for the many people who rely on it for pain relief.
“If I could have taken marijuana, I would take it,” said David Miller, who worked as a firefighter for 23 years before retiring in January.
“You could go back to your old job and have a job.”
Miller and other firefighters who have used medical marijuana say it’s helped ease their pain and relieve the stress of being on the job.
“I have a lot of friends who are cancer patients and they are taking care of them, they are not sick at all,” Miller said.
“And it helps with their mental and physical pain.”
A study from the American Medical Association found that more than 2.3 million firefighters had been diagnosed with cancer in the last two years, including about 1.5 million who died.
“When you have that many people with this illness, it’s really devastating,” said Dr. David R. Smith, an emergency medicine physician at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.
You can see it on their face when they smoke it,” he said.””
Miller, who has been a firefighter since 1989, said he started using marijuana at the age of 18 and began smoking it regularly around his firefighter colleagues.”
You can see it on their face when they smoke it,” he said.”
It helps me relax, it helps me get my mind off the stresses and the things I have to do, and it helps them feel better,” Miller added.”
We were all in the same boat.
Marijuana, which has been legal in California since 1999, was already illegal for medical use in Washington state. “
I was struggling with my PTSD and my anxiety and my depression and everything.”
Marijuana, which has been legal in California since 1999, was already illegal for medical use in Washington state.
But the medical marijuana laws have not been extended to other states, including Montana, which legalized medical marijuana in July.
In Washington state, only patients who had their medical marijuana prescriptions approved by the state’s Department of Health and Human Services could grow up to six marijuana plants.
The state also allows people to grow up