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Migraines and cardiovascular events, decreasing antibiotic use, hand sanitizer and Norovirus plus we'll take a look at Cannabinoid Hyperemesis in a new segment with Lisa Booze from the Maryland Poison Center. If that's what you're looking for, you found it. It's the Nursing Show.

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Welcome to the Show
( to this week's episode of the Nursing Show, I'm your host Jamie Davis and I'd like to welcome all of you to this week's program. There's a great show this week including a look at a study in the news recently on women with migraines accompanied by an aura and it's relationship to cardiovascular events like stroke and heart attack. Plus we'll be visiting with our friend Lisa Booze again to chat about a recently discovered side effect related to excessive marijuana use. That's coming up right after this week's nursing news items.

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Migraines Predict Future Strokes and Heart Attacks ( )

Interventions Reducing Antibiotic Use ( )

Hand Sanitizer Ain't Stopping Norovirus (

Tip of the Week - Cannabinoid Hyperemesis w/ Lisa Booze
Time for this week's tip of the week with Lisa Booze from the Maryland Poison Center ( This week, Lisa brings us some information on something new, to me at least, Cannabinoid Hyperemesis. This syndrome related to prolonged, regular marijuana use is cropping up and surprising health care professionals who encounter it, especially when they don't use the resources from their local poison centers. Let see what Lisa has to say. on Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Research (

Reuters News Item on Cannabinoid Hyperemesis (

NCPIC on Cannabinoid Hyperemesis