Health meeting in Warrington

Health meeting in Warrington

Health meeting in Warrington

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RESIDENTS are welcome to take part in the next Warrington Health Forum at 1pm on Monday to discuss NHS services in the town.

The forum, organised by Warrington Clinical Commissioning Group, is held at Arpley House, Birchwood Boulevard.

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9:10am Sat 17 May 14

PageA says...

Should read ' residents who don't work, live in Birchwood or have independent transport are welcome...' You really don't want us there do you?
Should read ' residents who don't work, live in Birchwood or have independent transport are welcome...' You really don't want us there do you? PageA
  • Score: -1

9:16am Sat 17 May 14

PageA says...

..Town centre venue... one or more sessions at times people can attend..webcast with opportunity to ask questions broadcast 3 times through a week...online survey...all easy to do if you're really interested in a public consultation. If you're just interested in a tick for your tickbox then yeah..a meeting in Birchwood on a Monday afternoon will get you that.
..Town centre venue... one or more sessions at times people can attend..webcast with opportunity to ask questions broadcast 3 times through a week...online survey...all easy to do if you're really interested in a public consultation. If you're just interested in a tick for your tickbox then yeah..a meeting in Birchwood on a Monday afternoon will get you that. PageA
  • Score: -2

10:09am Sat 17 May 14

garywar50 says...

I agree with both post 1pm on a Monday??
WE'RE Not allowed to have a say ...I've got plenty of questions but I'm not available to attend due to prior engagements..where can I pose my questions.
I agree with both post 1pm on a Monday?? WE'RE Not allowed to have a say ...I've got plenty of questions but I'm not available to attend due to prior engagements..where can I pose my questions. garywar50
  • Score: 6

9:30pm Sat 17 May 14

MissWhite says...

How about we discuss the newly rediscovered cannabis Oil cure for cancer? let's get things moving.
First let’s look at what keeps cancer cells alive, then we will come back and examine how the cannabinoids CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabino
l) unravels cancer’s aliveness.

In every cell there is a family of interconvertible sphingolipids that specifically manage the life and death of that cell. This profile of factors is called the “Sphingolipid Rheostat.” If endogenous ceramide(a signaling metabolite of sphingosine-1-phosph
ate) is high, then cell death (apoptosis) is imminent. If ceramide is low, the cell is strong in its vitality.

Very simply, when THC connects to the CB1 or CB2 cannabinoid receptor site on the cancer cell, it causes an increase in ceramide synthesis which drives cell death. A normal healthy cell does not produce ceramide in the presence of THC, thus is not affected by the cannabinoid.
See more at: http://www.cureyouro
wncancer.org/how-can
nabis-oil-works.html
#sthash.ajTtSNwr.dpu
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How about we discuss the newly rediscovered cannabis Oil cure for cancer? let's get things moving. First let’s look at what keeps cancer cells alive, then we will come back and examine how the cannabinoids CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabino l) unravels cancer’s aliveness. In every cell there is a family of interconvertible sphingolipids that specifically manage the life and death of that cell. This profile of factors is called the “Sphingolipid Rheostat.” If endogenous ceramide(a signaling metabolite of sphingosine-1-phosph ate) is high, then cell death (apoptosis) is imminent. If ceramide is low, the cell is strong in its vitality. Very simply, when THC connects to the CB1 or CB2 cannabinoid receptor site on the cancer cell, it causes an increase in ceramide synthesis which drives cell death. A normal healthy cell does not produce ceramide in the presence of THC, thus is not affected by the cannabinoid. See more at: http://www.cureyouro wncancer.org/how-can nabis-oil-works.html #sthash.ajTtSNwr.dpu f MissWhite
  • Score: -1

9:33pm Sat 17 May 14

MissWhite says...

This Link works sorry
http://www.cureyouro
wncancer.org/how-can
nabis-oil-works.html
This Link works sorry http://www.cureyouro wncancer.org/how-can nabis-oil-works.html MissWhite
  • Score: -1

9:35pm Sat 17 May 14

MissWhite says...

Cannabis has been making a lot of noise lately. Multiple states across the United States and countries around the world have successfully legalized medical Marijuana, and the Uruguay parliament recently voted to create the world’s first legal marijuana market. This is good news as the health benefits of Cannabis are vast, with multiple medical and scientific studies that confirm them. On the other hand, arguments against the use of marijuana is usually published in Psychiatric journals, which show no scientific evidence that Cannabis is harmful to human health. All psychological evaluations from the intake of cannabis are largely based on assumptions, suggestions and observations (1). When we look at the actual science behind Cannabis, the health benefits can be overwhelming. So what does one who opposes the use of cannabis base their belief on? Nothing, not scientific evidence anyways. The negative stigmatism attached to marijuana is due to it’s supposed psychotropic effects, yet again, there is no scientific evidence to show that marijuana has any psychotropic effects. Nonetheless, cannabis has recently been the focus of medical research and considered as a potential therapeutic treatment and cure for cancer.
Source:
http://www.collectiv
e-evolution.com/2013
/08/23/20-medical-st
udies-that-prove-can
nabis-can-cure-cance
r/
Cannabis has been making a lot of noise lately. Multiple states across the United States and countries around the world have successfully legalized medical Marijuana, and the Uruguay parliament recently voted to create the world’s first legal marijuana market. This is good news as the health benefits of Cannabis are vast, with multiple medical and scientific studies that confirm them. On the other hand, arguments against the use of marijuana is usually published in Psychiatric journals, which show no scientific evidence that Cannabis is harmful to human health. All psychological evaluations from the intake of cannabis are largely based on assumptions, suggestions and observations (1). When we look at the actual science behind Cannabis, the health benefits can be overwhelming. So what does one who opposes the use of cannabis base their belief on? Nothing, not scientific evidence anyways. The negative stigmatism attached to marijuana is due to it’s supposed psychotropic effects, yet again, there is no scientific evidence to show that marijuana has any psychotropic effects. Nonetheless, cannabis has recently been the focus of medical research and considered as a potential therapeutic treatment and cure for cancer. Source: http://www.collectiv e-evolution.com/2013 /08/23/20-medical-st udies-that-prove-can nabis-can-cure-cance r/ MissWhite
  • Score: -2

9:47pm Sat 17 May 14

Janet Goldsmith says...

MissWhite wrote:
Cannabis has been making a lot of noise lately. Multiple states across the United States and countries around the world have successfully legalized medical Marijuana, and the Uruguay parliament recently voted to create the world’s first legal marijuana market. This is good news as the health benefits of Cannabis are vast, with multiple medical and scientific studies that confirm them. On the other hand, arguments against the use of marijuana is usually published in Psychiatric journals, which show no scientific evidence that Cannabis is harmful to human health. All psychological evaluations from the intake of cannabis are largely based on assumptions, suggestions and observations (1). When we look at the actual science behind Cannabis, the health benefits can be overwhelming. So what does one who opposes the use of cannabis base their belief on? Nothing, not scientific evidence anyways. The negative stigmatism attached to marijuana is due to it’s supposed psychotropic effects, yet again, there is no scientific evidence to show that marijuana has any psychotropic effects. Nonetheless, cannabis has recently been the focus of medical research and considered as a potential therapeutic treatment and cure for cancer.
Source:
http://www.collectiv

e-evolution.com/2013

/08/23/20-medical-st

udies-that-prove-can

nabis-can-cure-cance

r/
But unfortunately they wont discuss any natural treatments, this is because big Pharma will miss out to tune of billions.
[quote][p][bold]MissWhite[/bold] wrote: Cannabis has been making a lot of noise lately. Multiple states across the United States and countries around the world have successfully legalized medical Marijuana, and the Uruguay parliament recently voted to create the world’s first legal marijuana market. This is good news as the health benefits of Cannabis are vast, with multiple medical and scientific studies that confirm them. On the other hand, arguments against the use of marijuana is usually published in Psychiatric journals, which show no scientific evidence that Cannabis is harmful to human health. All psychological evaluations from the intake of cannabis are largely based on assumptions, suggestions and observations (1). When we look at the actual science behind Cannabis, the health benefits can be overwhelming. So what does one who opposes the use of cannabis base their belief on? Nothing, not scientific evidence anyways. The negative stigmatism attached to marijuana is due to it’s supposed psychotropic effects, yet again, there is no scientific evidence to show that marijuana has any psychotropic effects. Nonetheless, cannabis has recently been the focus of medical research and considered as a potential therapeutic treatment and cure for cancer. Source: http://www.collectiv e-evolution.com/2013 /08/23/20-medical-st udies-that-prove-can nabis-can-cure-cance r/[/p][/quote]But unfortunately they wont discuss any natural treatments, this is because big Pharma will miss out to tune of billions. Janet Goldsmith
  • Score: -1

9:50pm Sat 17 May 14

Janet Goldsmith says...

RUN FROM THE CURE - Full Version
The following presentation of RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story was made possible by Rick Simpson and video producer Christian Laurette... made for free to teach YOU how to heal yourself of disease and illness using cannabinoids.
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=0psJhQHk_
GI
RUN FROM THE CURE - Full Version The following presentation of RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story was made possible by Rick Simpson and video producer Christian Laurette... made for free to teach YOU how to heal yourself of disease and illness using cannabinoids. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=0psJhQHk_ GI Janet Goldsmith
  • Score: -1

9:55pm Sat 17 May 14

TaraSam says...

Janet Goldsmith wrote:
RUN FROM THE CURE - Full Version
The following presentation of RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story was made possible by Rick Simpson and video producer Christian Laurette... made for free to teach YOU how to heal yourself of disease and illness using cannabinoids.
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=0psJhQHk_

GI
Wow this is an amazing piece of info I alway knew that cannabinoids helped but didn't realize how successful it is. Can't believe the ignorance of the many.
[quote][p][bold]Janet Goldsmith[/bold] wrote: RUN FROM THE CURE - Full Version The following presentation of RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story was made possible by Rick Simpson and video producer Christian Laurette... made for free to teach YOU how to heal yourself of disease and illness using cannabinoids. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=0psJhQHk_ GI[/p][/quote]Wow this is an amazing piece of info I alway knew that cannabinoids helped but didn't realize how successful it is. Can't believe the ignorance of the many. TaraSam
  • Score: -2

8:19am Sun 18 May 14

PageA says...

Ok..now I realise why you don't invite the general public along. Monday morning at 1.00pm is fine.
Ok..now I realise why you don't invite the general public along. Monday morning at 1.00pm is fine. PageA
  • Score: 0

11:50am Mon 19 May 14

garywar50 says...

Why is that PageA? What do you have against Warringtonians having their views on a subject matter that is making headlines? and is important to them.
Do you think you are the sole voice of Warrington??
The days of suppressing the masses for government cronies and corporate gain is over...if you don't like it I suggest you move to a country where the state or a dictator rules.
Why is that PageA? What do you have against Warringtonians having their views on a subject matter that is making headlines? and is important to them. Do you think you are the sole voice of Warrington?? The days of suppressing the masses for government cronies and corporate gain is over...if you don't like it I suggest you move to a country where the state or a dictator rules. garywar50
  • Score: 3

1:02pm Mon 19 May 14

PageA says...

garywar50 wrote:
Why is that PageA? What do you have against Warringtonians having their views on a subject matter that is making headlines? and is important to them.
Do you think you are the sole voice of Warrington??
The days of suppressing the masses for government cronies and corporate gain is over...if you don't like it I suggest you move to a country where the state or a dictator rules.
Er..no. Mainly because this is a discussion about NHS services in the town. Climate change will affect people's health, shall we discuss that...Fracking's pretty high on the agenda at the mo..should that get a look-in also?
[quote][p][bold]garywar50[/bold] wrote: Why is that PageA? What do you have against Warringtonians having their views on a subject matter that is making headlines? and is important to them. Do you think you are the sole voice of Warrington?? The days of suppressing the masses for government cronies and corporate gain is over...if you don't like it I suggest you move to a country where the state or a dictator rules.[/p][/quote]Er..no. Mainly because this is a discussion about NHS services in the town. Climate change will affect people's health, shall we discuss that...Fracking's pretty high on the agenda at the mo..should that get a look-in also? PageA
  • Score: -1

3:03pm Mon 19 May 14

garywar50 says...

Well those people, Warringtonians are suggesting ways to help the NHS cut costs...so I think it is relevant to that discussion.
As for the Fracking issue I certainly agree with you PageA I do think it should be discussed as a priority as it is imminent in Warrington beginning in Glazebury Woolston and Winwick, that goes ahead then NHS will need even more funds to deal with the illnesses that industry causes,so infact other subjects cannabis fracking climate change are all part of the NHS debate whatever anyones individual views and should be part of the meeting.
I can not attend at that time of day but if you yourself are going Page I'd appreciate you posing the following question .
"What emergency plans are in place in Warrington should an accident occur during the processess of fracking and UGEE and effect large areas of the town?"
I for one will be interested to see what reply if any you will get. Otherwise I will need to wait for my meeting with Helen Jones MP to discuss this industry in Warrington and the rest of their plans that we have neither been advised of or consulted on before they saw fit to start selling permits and licenses without actually knowing what they were comitting Warrington residents to for many many years to come.
Well those people, Warringtonians are suggesting ways to help the NHS cut costs...so I think it is relevant to that discussion. As for the Fracking issue I certainly agree with you PageA I do think it should be discussed as a priority as it is imminent in Warrington beginning in Glazebury Woolston and Winwick, that goes ahead then NHS will need even more funds to deal with the illnesses that industry causes,so infact other subjects cannabis fracking climate change are all part of the NHS debate whatever anyones individual views and should be part of the meeting. I can not attend at that time of day but if you yourself are going Page I'd appreciate you posing the following question . "What emergency plans are in place in Warrington should an accident occur during the processess of fracking and UGEE and effect large areas of the town?" I for one will be interested to see what reply if any you will get. Otherwise I will need to wait for my meeting with Helen Jones MP to discuss this industry in Warrington and the rest of their plans that we have neither been advised of or consulted on before they saw fit to start selling permits and licenses without actually knowing what they were comitting Warrington residents to for many many years to come. garywar50
  • Score: 1

7:16pm Mon 19 May 14

PageA says...

garywar50 wrote:
Well those people, Warringtonians are suggesting ways to help the NHS cut costs...so I think it is relevant to that discussion.
As for the Fracking issue I certainly agree with you PageA I do think it should be discussed as a priority as it is imminent in Warrington beginning in Glazebury Woolston and Winwick, that goes ahead then NHS will need even more funds to deal with the illnesses that industry causes,so infact other subjects cannabis fracking climate change are all part of the NHS debate whatever anyones individual views and should be part of the meeting.
I can not attend at that time of day but if you yourself are going Page I'd appreciate you posing the following question .
"What emergency plans are in place in Warrington should an accident occur during the processess of fracking and UGEE and effect large areas of the town?"
I for one will be interested to see what reply if any you will get. Otherwise I will need to wait for my meeting with Helen Jones MP to discuss this industry in Warrington and the rest of their plans that we have neither been advised of or consulted on before they saw fit to start selling permits and licenses without actually knowing what they were comitting Warrington residents to for many many years to come.
Take your cannabis concerns to the meeting about cannabis.
Take your fracking concerns to the meeting about fracking
Take you complaints about dog poo on the footpaths to the dog poo meeting.
Dont dilute the focus of this consultation or divert attention away from what is important here. "..next Warrington Health Forum at 1pm on Monday to discuss NHS services in the town"
[quote][p][bold]garywar50[/bold] wrote: Well those people, Warringtonians are suggesting ways to help the NHS cut costs...so I think it is relevant to that discussion. As for the Fracking issue I certainly agree with you PageA I do think it should be discussed as a priority as it is imminent in Warrington beginning in Glazebury Woolston and Winwick, that goes ahead then NHS will need even more funds to deal with the illnesses that industry causes,so infact other subjects cannabis fracking climate change are all part of the NHS debate whatever anyones individual views and should be part of the meeting. I can not attend at that time of day but if you yourself are going Page I'd appreciate you posing the following question . "What emergency plans are in place in Warrington should an accident occur during the processess of fracking and UGEE and effect large areas of the town?" I for one will be interested to see what reply if any you will get. Otherwise I will need to wait for my meeting with Helen Jones MP to discuss this industry in Warrington and the rest of their plans that we have neither been advised of or consulted on before they saw fit to start selling permits and licenses without actually knowing what they were comitting Warrington residents to for many many years to come.[/p][/quote]Take your cannabis concerns to the meeting about cannabis. Take your fracking concerns to the meeting about fracking Take you complaints about dog poo on the footpaths to the dog poo meeting. Dont dilute the focus of this consultation or divert attention away from what is important here. "..next Warrington Health Forum at 1pm on Monday to discuss NHS services in the town" PageA
  • Score: 0

8:55pm Sat 24 May 14

Dr Martin says...

TaraSam wrote:
Janet Goldsmith wrote:
RUN FROM THE CURE - Full Version
The following presentation of RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story was made possible by Rick Simpson and video producer Christian Laurette... made for free to teach YOU how to heal yourself of disease and illness using cannabinoids.
http://www.youtube.c


om/watch?v=0psJhQHk_


GI
Wow this is an amazing piece of info I alway knew that cannabinoids helped but didn't realize how successful it is. Can't believe the ignorance of the many.
3 sock accounts comment in the space of 25 minutes...
Discussing what has been already discussed elsewhere, perhaps they forgot?
Cannabis plays with your memory
[quote][p][bold]TaraSam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Janet Goldsmith[/bold] wrote: RUN FROM THE CURE - Full Version The following presentation of RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story was made possible by Rick Simpson and video producer Christian Laurette... made for free to teach YOU how to heal yourself of disease and illness using cannabinoids. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=0psJhQHk_ GI[/p][/quote]Wow this is an amazing piece of info I alway knew that cannabinoids helped but didn't realize how successful it is. Can't believe the ignorance of the many.[/p][/quote]3 sock accounts comment in the space of 25 minutes... Discussing what has been already discussed elsewhere, perhaps they forgot? Cannabis plays with your memory Dr Martin
  • Score: 0

6:15pm Sun 25 May 14

garywar50 says...

All things relating to the NHS is a revelant topic...cannabis health issues in relation to fracking...you are very shortsighted to think otherwise PageA as usual you dont look at the bigger picture before making your intolerant remarks
All things relating to the NHS is a revelant topic...cannabis health issues in relation to fracking...you are very shortsighted to think otherwise PageA as usual you dont look at the bigger picture before making your intolerant remarks garywar50
  • Score: 3

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