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Never Let Them See You Sweat: New Book Coming Soon!
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What Voters Should Be Thinking About in States Where Cannabis Legalization is On the Ballot
November 3, 2022 -- Five states, including my home state of Maryland, have legalization of adult-use cannabis on the ballot this Midterm election. I have been getting so many questions from patients, family, friends and colleagues as a medical cannabis physician/consultant about my thoughts on any potential concerns or issues. Here is the opinion piece I wrote for the Hearst publication, Greenstate. 

Can Cannabis Help With ADHD?
October 18, 2022 -- Dr. Leigh breaks down the evidence answering whether or not cannabis help symptoms associated with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in this latest installment of Ask Dr. Leigh on Greenstate.com.
Ask Dr. Leigh: What's the Difference Between Cannabis Legalization and Decriminalization?
July 13, 2022 -- Published on Greenstate.com -- Many people mistakenly think that decriminalization and legalization are interchangeable terms when it comes to cannabis law, and they are not. Decriminalization removes criminal penalties for personal use of small amounts of cannabis, which still remains an illegal substance to manufacture or sell. 

How To Know Your Supplement is High Quality
June 21, 2022 -- Too often our diets do not cover the spectrum of vitamins and minerals that are necessary for optimal health. So, we turn to supplements. But how do we know if the supplement we're taking actually contains the ingredients listed, or is considered to be high quality?
The Organ Every Man Over 50 Should Care About
May 26, 2022 - Published on Medium.com -- Prioritizing health as we age is a common discussion. Many conversations revolve around maintaining a healthy diet, staying active, maintaining a social life and focusing on one’s overall quality of life. However, there is one small, but vital organ that is not discussed enough among men: the prostate.
Ask Dr. Leigh: Why are the Benefits of Medical Marijuana Sometimes Inconsistent?
April 11, 2022 -- Published on Greenstate.com --
Q: Why do the benefits of my medical cannabis sometimes vary slightly every time I use it, even when I buy the same product from the same dispensary?

Get Savvy About Your Heart Health
February 14, 2022 - Published on SavvyAuntie.com -- Getting a heart-shaped box of chocolates shouldn’t be the only heart concerns for Savvy Aunties this Valentine’s Day. February kicks off “The Heart Truth,” a campaign to raise awareness about women’s number one killer--heart disease!
Prioritizing Mental Health Shouldn't Be Risky for Physicians
July 22, 2020 -- Originally published on Medpage.com -- The scale of suffering and death is taking a large psychological toll. As an emergency physician on the frontlines of the pandemic, initially I feared for the safety of my friends and colleagues ...
"We Knew We'd Be Unprepared" For COVID-19 Outbreak
April 10, 2020 - Published on drozshow.com -- pandemic, like COVID-19, hitting the U.S. has been one of doctors’ greatest fears for years: We knew one would eventually come and we knew we'd be unprepared. For at least 10 to 15 years, the American College of Emergency Physicians has been going to the federal government asking for help and support to secure our public health and emergency medical system to handle surge.
You Talk to Your Kids About Safe Sex, Why Not Safe Relationships?
January 23, 2014 - Published on huffpost.com -- Early adolescence is the critical juncture to talk to our children about what constitutes a healthy relationship. Because teen dating violence affects one in five female high school students, and it doesn't have to be that way.
Three Disturbing Trends That Can Land Your Teen in the ER or Worse
September 24, 2013 -- Published on Huffpost.com -- When I served in the ER, sometimes I had to ask myself, "where do they come up with this stuff!" 
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When It Comes to Breast Cancer, Less May Be More
April 1, 2013 -- Published on huffpost.com -- A new study published infinds that women who had early stage breast cancer had better survival rates if they had lumpectomy and radiation as opposed to total mastectomy.
Confessions of a Mirror Addict
December 2, 2012- Published on huffpost.com -- I am writing in defense of the mirror! A Today Show segment highlighting Autumn Whitefield-Madrano's blog on HuffPost on mirror fasting, struck me as odd. More than odd, actually -- it is a form of denial, the proverbial ostrich sticking its head in the sand! Don't pay attention or don't look and it doesn't exist.
Moms, Of Course It's Your Fault...Again
March 11, 2012 -- Published on huffpost.com -- Just in case you busy multi-tasking moms out there don't have enough worries to feel guilty about, now a new study says we can add our teenager's weight problem to that list.
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