Not pot, but growing in popularity
When Melody Kratz turned 13, she started getting migraines, the pain centered behind her left eye, making her feel so nauseous that moving felt unbearable. Kratz's father took her to the doctor, who thought she had allergies and prescribed weekly injections. They didn't work. "You start questioning everything," she said, "like, 'What are you even doing here if you're going to live in this much pain?'"
Click here for more
Inside This Week's
Forest Park Review