NJ approves use of medical marijuana; More mammogram coverage may be included in reform;

> After receiving votes of 48-14 by its state Assembly and 25-13 by its state Senate on Monday, New Jersey became the 14th state to approve marijuana for medical use with the passing of the New Jersey Compassionate Medical Marijuana Act. Press release

> After receiving pressure from women's groups, doctors and image-equipment makers, it looks as if the final healthcare reform bill will require coverage for more mammograms than what the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force previously recommended. Article

> After all the recent speculation about whether exposure to radiation from mobile phones could cause brain tumors and other serious ailments, a new study suggests that radiation could actually guard against or even reverse the progression of Alzheimer's disease. Video

And Finally... Sounds like this guy was really dreaming of a white Christmas. Article

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