(Fall 2018) How likely are you to remember and integrate details of important information you’ve only heard once into your psyche? Sure, you might remember the highlights for a few days, but what about a few months or even a year later – especially if you don’t use that information on a regular basis? Your […]
(Summer 2018) On September 8, 2018, Ohio House Bill 523 – allowing for the use of medical marijuana – will go into effect. But just because the law passed, doesn’t mean that employees will have carte blanch to use medical marijuana. Every Ohio employer needs to decide what will be their stance on having employees […]
(Summer 2018) Products containing CBD oil are flooding the market. They’re being sold online, by health food stores, in vape shops and at some grocery stores. CBD oil is touted as somewhat of a cure-all for conditions from pain to anxiety, and it’s being added to a gamut of items from beauty products to beer. […]
(Summer 2018, updated Spring 2019) Our society is at a tipping point of changing our relationship with our country’s most widely abused illegal drug – marijuana. There are so many things moving so fast. It is hard to know what to think. More than an exercise in debate, marijuana’s ever-changing state is a real situation […]
(Summer 2018) The nation is in the midst of an opioid epidemic. And let’s face it, its an expensive epidemic. A recent report found that from 2001 to 2017 the opioid epidemic has cost one trillion dollars. That’s a one with 12 zeros – 1,000,000,000,000. Or, put another way, converting the cost into seconds it […]
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