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  • Highland Park officials weigh medical marijuana rules

    Highland Park officials weigh medical marijuana rules
    As would-be vendors of medical marijuana scour Lake County for possible locations, Highland Park's Route 41 corridor could become a desirable area, city planning officials said at a recent meeting. Officials said that in nearby communities like Highwood...
  • EYE HEALTH, MEDICAL EYE CARE: Eye Center of Virginia

    EYE HEALTH, MEDICAL EYE CARE: Eye Center of Virginia
    New Owner of Eyewear Plus Optometric Center Optometrist Dr. Gregory Schultz Focuses Finding, Treating Eye Problems When optometrist Dr. Gregory Schultz sees patients, he focuses not on his watch but on the subtle changes in the eye to diagnose...
  • Sunday column: Florida's lone legal pot smoker would love company

    Now that the Florida Supreme Court has cleared the way for voters to decide the fate of medical marijuana in November, I called Florida's only legal pot smoker for his toke, uh, I mean take. "We're in for a tough battle," said Irvin Rosenfeld, 60, a...
  • Dejan en libertad a mexicano que se entregó voluntariamente a inmigración

    Dejan en libertad a mexicano que se entregó voluntariamente a inmigración
    El mexicano Gustavo Rubio, quien se presentó voluntariamente ante el Departamento de Inmigración en Houston para enfrentar una posible deportación, fue puesto en libertad, se informó. La organización Fiel en Houston atribuyó la decisión de la puesta...
  • Pheromones could be what's driving your cat "crazy"

    SAN DIEGO, CA -- These reader questions were answered at the Central Veterinary Conference West, held at the San Diego Convention Center, Dec. 5-9. Q: Why does my cat go crazy if I step on an ant? She'll roll around on the spot. -- W.G., Cyberspace. A:...
  • Burb's Eye View: A tale of unexpected friendship

    Burb's Eye View: A tale of unexpected friendship
    Norman Sewelson was out of his car for… 20 minutes? Maybe 30? He doesn’t remember — it was a long time to be sitting by the heavy traffic on Pico Boulevard, waiting for the dirty little dog to trust him. Then he realized the little...
  • Apodaca: Lessons learned from an ailing family pet

    Apodaca: Lessons learned from an ailing family pet
    Since my dog lost his vision, I've listened to experts and consulted websites for advice about coping with a sightless pet. But aside from all the practical tips, I've learned that living with a blind dog is a lesson in patience, commitment and letting go...
  • Mayo: Meet Florida's lone legal pot smoker

    I don't coordinate with the Sun Sentinel's editorial board/page, but with the Florida Supreme Court about to rule whether a constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana can appear on the November 2014 ballot, it turned out to be Cannabis Sunday...
  • New York to be 21st state to OK medical marijuana

    New York to be 21st state to OK medical marijuana
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has loosened up on medical marijuana. An executive order on Wednesday by Cuomo, a longtime opponent of legalizing pot for medicinal purposes, is set to legalize medical marijuana. But it's restrictive. It will still be illegal...
  • Phil Latzman: Florida should realize pot could be a windfall

    2014 is here, and with it a new reality about the laws governing marijuana, and the potential "pot" of gold it could provide for cash-starved states around the country. The evidence is already partially wafting in from Colorado, where weed is now...
  • Washington, D.C.'s strict medical marijuana law keeps demand low

    Washington, D.C.'s strict medical marijuana law keeps demand low
    WASHINGTON — The tidy Takoma Wellness Center, one of the first medical marijuana dispensaries to open in the nation's capital, has a quaint reception area furnished with black leather chairs, plants and artwork. On the front desk are a pile of...
  • Eye exams can help save sight for diabetics

    Eye exams can help save sight for diabetics
    Diabetic retinopathy affects about 28.5 percent of Americans with diabetes age 40 and older; that amounts to 7 million people. It is the leading cause of blindness in adults up to age 74 —- and in many cases, early detection can prevent it. The...