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Medical News Today
Depression After Abortion: Understanding and CopingThere is some controversy about depression after abortion, and not just in the
Depression After Abortion: Understanding and Coping
Medical News Today / Posted 6 hours ago
There is some controversy about depression after abortion, and not just in the medical profession. It is not clear that abortion depression is a specific condition, although it is clear that women do have emotional responses to abortion. There is... Read more
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Calcutta News
Is “safe” drinking a possibility thanks to synthetic alcohol? LONDON, U.K. - A newly discovered synthetic alcohol promises its drinkers a p
Is “safe” drinking a possibility thanks to synthetic alcohol?
Calcutta News / Posted 6 hours ago
LONDON, U.K. - A newly discovered synthetic alcohol promises its drinkers a pleasant “buzz” without the harmful effects of drinking - like hangovers and long-term liver damage. Dubbed... Read more
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express
Archbishop Justin Welby: My pain over alcoholic fatherArchbishop Justin Welby reveals his struggles growing up with an alcoholic fath
Archbishop Justin Welby: My pain over alcoholic father
express / Posted 14 hours ago
Archbishop Justin Welby reveals his struggles growing up with an alcoholic father The Most Reverend Justin Welby lifted the lid on life with “abusive” Gavin Welby, who until recently he believed to be his father before a DNA test revealed it was... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dr Libby Weaver shares wellness tips for weight loss and healththe weather or that you're carrying too much weight after a chilly winter? If
Dr Libby Weaver shares wellness tips for weight loss and health
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
the weather or that you're carrying too much weight after a chilly winter? If you've answered yes and are among thousands of Kiwis embarking on getting fit for spring and summer, Libby Weaver - nutritionist, biochemist and best-selling author -... Read more
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The Washington Times
Marijuana led university running back to quit footballColo. (AP) - If college athletes want to smoke marijuana, the NCAA probably won
Marijuana led university running back to quit football
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
Colo. (AP) - If college athletes want to smoke marijuana, the NCAA probably won’t catch them. Treyous Jarrells is proof. The running back signed with CSU because of Colorado’s legalization of marijuana for recreational and medicinal... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysA new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alc
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
KGTV San Diego / Posted yesterday
A new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alcohol causes a decrease in motor skills, coordination and alertness that make driving while impaired dangerous. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns of... Read more
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Medical News Today
Unused dental surgery prescriptions may help fuel opioid epidemicThe United States is in the midst of a prescription opioid epidemic. Evidence s
Unused dental surgery prescriptions may help fuel opioid epidemic
Medical News Today / Posted yesterday
The United States is in the midst of a prescription opioid epidemic. Evidence suggests people who abuse prescription opioids often use leftover pills that were prescribed for friends or family members. Now, new research finds over half of opioids... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Hangover free booze and ‘safe’ cigs on the way - thanks to BrexitHangover free booze and safer alternatives to cigarettes could be a legacy of p
Hangover free booze and ‘safe’ cigs on the way - thanks to Brexit
Wakefield Today / Posted yesterday
Hangover free booze and safer alternatives to cigarettes could be a legacy of post Brexit Britain, suggests new research. The UK has the chance to be a leader in ‘vice’ related risk reduction and save thousands of lives every year - if it allows... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysA new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alc
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted yesterday
A new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alcohol causes a decrease in motor skills, coordination and alertness that make driving while impaired dangerous. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns of... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysA new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alc
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted yesterday
A new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alcohol causes a decrease in motor skills, coordination and alertness that make driving while impaired dangerous. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns of... Read more
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International Business Times
Raise your glasses to booze wthout the hangover – thanks to BrexitLeaving the European Union could allow Britain to enjoy a new generation of han
Raise your glasses to booze wthout the hangover – thanks to Brexit
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Leaving the European Union could allow Britain to enjoy a new generation of hangover-free drinks, a leading think-tank has claimed. Heavy-handed EU regulations have been holding back the development of synthetic alcohols, which allow people to enjoy... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysA new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alc
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted yesterday
A new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alcohol causes a decrease in motor skills, coordination and alertness that make driving while impaired dangerous. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns of... Read more
7 related stories
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NBC26 Green Bay
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysA new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alc
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted yesterday
A new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alcohol causes a decrease in motor skills, coordination and alertness that make driving while impaired dangerous. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns of... Read more
7 related stories
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KIVI Boise
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysA new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alc
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
KIVI Boise / Posted yesterday
A new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alcohol causes a decrease in motor skills, coordination and alertness that make driving while impaired dangerous. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns of... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysA new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alc
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted yesterday
A new study suggests there might be one benefit to drinking beer. Drinking alcohol causes a decrease in motor skills, coordination and alertness that make driving while impaired dangerous. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns of... Read more
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Newsmax
Heavy Drinking Harms Aging BrainsAs people age, the harmful effects of heavy drinking can take a toll on key bra
Heavy Drinking Harms Aging Brains
Newsmax / Posted 2 days ago
As people age, the harmful effects of heavy drinking can take a toll on key brain functions, such as memory, attention and learning, a new study shows. Researchers led by Adam Woods, of the University of Florida's department of aging and geriatric... Read more
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Medical News Today
Long-term alcohol dependence affects cognitive abilitiesAlcohol dependence carries with it a host of negative consequences, both physic
Long-term alcohol dependence affects cognitive abilities
Medical News Today / Posted 2 days ago
Alcohol dependence carries with it a host of negative consequences, both physically and socially. New research sets out to measure the specific cognitive deficits attributed to a life of alcohol use. Further evidence of the detrimental effects of... Read more
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Daily Mirror
What if we told you Brexit could mean getting drunk without the hangover?The UK has the chance to be a leader in 'vice' related risk reduction and save
What if we told you Brexit could mean getting drunk without the hangover?
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
The UK has the chance to be a leader in 'vice' related risk reduction and save thousands of lives every year - if it allows innovation to flourish, according to the study. Products which could have seismic effects on public health are being kept off... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Blood sugar control in type 2 diabetes patients has limited effect on heart disease and stroke riskBlood sugar control in patients with type 2 diabetes has a limited effect on th
Blood sugar control in type 2 diabetes patients has limited effect on heart disease and stroke risk
Bel Marra Health / Posted 2 days ago
Blood sugar control in patients with type 2 diabetes has a limited effect on their risk of heart disease and stroke. It has long been believed that diabetes is a risk factor for heart disease. But the research has shown that effective blood sugar... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How Turmeric Wards Off Infectious Diseaseslike gonorrhea and Staphylococcus untreatable. But India researchers have demo
How Turmeric Wards Off Infectious Diseases
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
like gonorrhea and Staphylococcus untreatable. But India researchers have demonstrated how extracts from the rhizome of turmeric could be used to stop multi-drug resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Turmeric is a spice that comes from the... Read more
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Medical News Today
7 Natural Diuretics to Eat and DrinkDiuretics are used to rid the body of extra fluid or salt. People with high blo
7 Natural Diuretics to Eat and Drink
Medical News Today / Posted 3 days ago
Diuretics are used to rid the body of extra fluid or salt. People with high blood pressure, heart failure, swollen tissues, and kidney disease often use diuretics to treat these conditions. Extra fluid in the body makes it hard for the heart to work... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
In glaucoma, rapid eye movements are significantly delayed, even in its early stagesthat people with glaucoma showed a delay in eye movement reaction times by at l
In glaucoma, rapid eye movements are significantly delayed, even in its early stages
Bel Marra Health / Posted 3 days ago
that people with glaucoma showed a delay in eye movement reaction times by at least 15 percent, even in the early stages of the disease. The findings are significant because they suggest new ways to approach measuring vision loss beyond eye... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
The Sciencedebate.org Presidential Debates and QuestionsSciencedebate.org has managed a seemingly impossible task. They developed 20 di
The Sciencedebate.org Presidential Debates and Questions
ScienceBlogs / Posted 3 days ago
Sciencedebate.org has managed a seemingly impossible task. They developed 20 distinct (but often interrelated) questions about science policy, based on vast amounts of public input, and then got all four presidential candidates to address them.... Read more
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express
Poor hygiene and drinking too much? These bad habits could be damaging YOUR eyesDr O'Donnell has warned people could be damaging their eyes with poor hygiene
Poor hygiene and drinking too much? These bad habits could be damaging YOUR eyes
express / Posted 4 days ago
Dr O'Donnell has warned people could be damaging their eyes with poor hygiene The study of 2,000 people revealed that over 50 per cent believe that wearing someone else’s glasses will damage their eyesight, whilst almost half - 47 per cent believe... Read more
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The Hill
Canada explores wilderness of prescription heroinpatients who suffer from heroin addiction under supervision in specialized circ
Canada explores wilderness of prescription heroin
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
patients who suffer from heroin addiction under supervision in specialized circumstances. Statistics show that almost all of the people who used heroin also used at least one other drug, and 45 percent of people who used heroin were also addicted... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Home and Work Drug Detection - Article4:31 pmPress Release: Home and Work Drug Detection Home and Work Drug Detection
Home and Work Drug Detection - Article
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
4:31 pmPress Release: Home and Work Drug Detection Home and Work Drug DetectionFor 17 years Kushla Twyford witnessed the effects of drugs and alcohol through her job in law enforcement. Her new venture with Home and Work Drug Detection aims to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is antibacterial soap BAD for you?The Food and Drug Administration, which also oversees the safety and efficacy o
Is antibacterial soap BAD for you?
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
The Food and Drug Administration, which also oversees the safety and efficacy of cleaning products in the U.S., has banned the use of 19 common active ingredients in antibacterial soaps Whether it's a splodge of hand gel after a commute or a squirt... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
High protein foods boost cardiovascular health by reducing blood pressure and arterial stiffnessAccording to the WHO (World Health Organization) and the CDC, heart disease is
High protein foods boost cardiovascular health by reducing blood pressure and arterial stiffness
Bel Marra Health / Posted 7 days ago
According to the WHO (World Health Organization) and the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death in developed countries like the U.K., the U.S., Canada, and Australia. In the U.S. alone, almost 11.5 percent of the total adult population are... Read more
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express
Why was migrant rapist only jailed for two years? Fury at soft sentence for toddler attackrape Jama B., 22, showed no remorse as he was sentenced to just two years and
Why was migrant rapist only jailed for two years? Fury at soft sentence for toddler attack
express / Posted 7 days ago
rape Jama B., 22, showed no remorse as he was sentenced to just two years and four months behind bars on the milder charge of sexual abuse of the four-year-old boy at the centre in Boostedt, Schleswig-Holstein. The toddler, from Iraq, was lured... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month: Glaucoma, cocaine, stroke, atrial fibrillation, diverticulitis, and rheumatoid arthritisSeptember is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month, so we present
National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month: Glaucoma, cocaine, stroke, atrial fibrillation, diverticulitis, and rheumatoid arthritis
Bel Marra Health / Posted 8 days ago
September is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month, so we present our top stories regarding alcohol and drug addiction, along with related topics on glaucoma, cocaine, stroke, atrial fibrillation, diverticulitis, and rheumatoid... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Exercise may reduce alcohol-related cancer riskGetting regular moderate or vigorous exercise may offset some of the potentiall
Exercise may reduce alcohol-related cancer risk
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
Getting regular moderate or vigorous exercise may offset some of the potentially lethal health effects of regular alcohol consumption, a new study suggests. Researchers confirmed an increased risk of death from alcohol-related cancers as well as... Read more
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Newsmax
Exercise May Reduce Alcohol-Related Cancer RiskGetting regular moderate or vigorous exercise may offset some of the potentiall
Exercise May Reduce Alcohol-Related Cancer Risk
Newsmax / Posted 8 days ago
Getting regular moderate or vigorous exercise may offset some of the potentially lethal health effects of regular alcohol consumption, a new study suggests. Researchers confirmed an increased risk of death from alcohol-related cancers as well as... Read more
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FOX News
Exercise May Reduce Alcohol-related Cancer RiskGetting regular moderate or vigorous exercise may offset some of the potentiall
Exercise May Reduce Alcohol-related Cancer Risk
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
Getting regular moderate or vigorous exercise may offset some of the potentially lethal health effects of regular alcohol consumption, a new study suggests. Researchers confirmed an increased risk of death from alcohol-related cancers as well as... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Why you may want to think twice before sharing drug overdose photosIt was a well-intentioned attempt to show the disturbing effects of drug addict
Why you may want to think twice before sharing drug overdose photos
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 9 days ago
It was a well-intentioned attempt to show the disturbing effects of drug addiction, a common strategy among law enforcement agencies. Officials in East Liverpool, Ohio, released photos of a couple slumped over in the driver and passenger seats of a... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
New study suggests drinking could be bad for your heartIt's OK to admit it -- some of us really look forward to that glass of wine or
New study suggests drinking could be bad for your heart
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 9 days ago
It's OK to admit it -- some of us really look forward to that glass of wine or ice cold beer after work each night. New study suggests a drink each night could cause heart problems Alcohol contributes to an irregular heartbeat, Dr. Greg Marcus... Read more
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Guelph Mercury
Her marriage was the jewel in her mommy blog universethe name Glennon Doyle Melton, and those who know pretty much everything there
Her marriage was the jewel in her mommy blog universe
Guelph Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
the name Glennon Doyle Melton, and those who know pretty much everything there is to know about her. The bulimia and the alcoholism, the anxiety, depression and drugs. They know the contents of her refrigerator, how she looks when she first wakes... Read more
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Medical News Today
Moderate drinking: Heart health benefits challenged in new studyWhile a number of studies claim moderate alcohol consumption can benefit heart
Moderate drinking: Heart health benefits challenged in new study
Medical News Today / Posted 9 days ago
While a number of studies claim moderate alcohol consumption can benefit heart health, new research suggests consuming just one drink a day may raise the risk of atrial fibrillation - a major risk factor for stroke, heart failure, and other... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Statement On the Cabinet Meeting of 14 September 20161.1. Cabinet is encouraged by the growth in the gross domestic product (GDP) of
Statement On the Cabinet Meeting of 14 September 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
1.1. Cabinet is encouraged by the growth in the gross domestic product (GDP) of 3.3% in the second quarter of 2016; released by Statistics South Africa. The 8.1% increase in manufacturing and 11.8% in mining and quarrying demonstrates the resilience... Read more
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express
ONE alcoholic drink every day could cause THIS dangerous heart conditionEvery 10 grams of alcohol consumed was associated with a five per cent higher r
ONE alcoholic drink every day could cause THIS dangerous heart condition
express / Posted 10 days ago
Every 10 grams of alcohol consumed was associated with a five per cent higher risk Scientists have suggested suggested long-term alcohol consumption - even as little as one drink a day - may enlarge part of the heart. Known as atrial fibrillation... Read more
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The Daily Californian
The buried afflictionIt’s the summer of 1970 in San Diego. The Pirates are playing the Padres, and D
The buried affliction
The Daily Californian / Posted 10 days ago
It’s the summer of 1970 in San Diego. The Pirates are playing the Padres, and Dock Ellis is on the mound to pitch for Pittsburgh. That day, he leads his team to defeat San Diego 2-0 in a no-hitter. Years later, he admits to being on acid during the... Read more
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Herald.ie
The dangerous drugs abused by city's 100 'Walking Dead''Walking Dead' Alan O'Keeffe – 14 September 2016 02:30 AM Their stumbling wal
The dangerous drugs abused by city's 100 'Walking Dead'
Herald.ie / Posted 11 days ago
'Walking Dead' Alan O'Keeffe – 14 September 2016 02:30 AM Their stumbling walk and spaced-out look has led many members of the public to refer to these addicts as 'The Walking Dead'. Mel Mac Giobuin, director of the North Inner City Drugs and... Read more
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KERA North Texas
As More States Consider Legalizing, Questions About Pot And The BrainFive states are voting this fall on whether marijuana should be legal, like alc
As More States Consider Legalizing, Questions About Pot And The Brain
KERA North Texas / Posted 12 days ago
Five states are voting this fall on whether marijuana should be legal, like alcohol, for recreational use. That has sparked questions about what we know – and don't know – about marijuana's effect on the brain. Research is scarce. The U.S. Drug... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Insurance Data Show A Surge In Spending On Opioid Treatment And Testingshows a more than thirteenfold increase in spending by health insurers in a fou
Insurance Data Show A Surge In Spending On Opioid Treatment And Testing
KERA North Texas / Posted 12 days ago
shows a more than thirteenfold increase in spending by health insurers in a four-year period on patients with a diagnosis of opioid dependence or abuse. From 2011 to 2015, insurers' payments to hospitals, laboratories, treatment centers and other... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Insurance Data Show A Surge In Spending On Opioid Treatment And Testingshows a more than thirteenfold increase in spending by health insurers in a fou
Insurance Data Show A Surge In Spending On Opioid Treatment And Testing
KPBS San Diego / Posted 12 days ago
shows a more than thirteenfold increase in spending by health insurers in a four-year period on patients with a diagnosis of opioid dependence or abuse. From 2011 to 2015, insurers' payments to hospitals, laboratories, treatment centers and other... Read more
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FOX News
More US adults smoke pot as fewer people see risksAmericans are admitting they use marijuana, and a new study suggests this may b
More US adults smoke pot as fewer people see risks
FOX News / Posted 12 days ago
Americans are admitting they use marijuana, and a new study suggests this may be due at least in part to the growing number of people who don't think it's dangerous. Researchers surveyed almost 600,000 U.S. adults from 2002 to 2014 about their drug... Read more
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USA Today
An athlete becomes a legal marijuana grower and part of an emerging debateCOLLINS, Colo. — If college athletes want to use marijuana, the NCAA likely won
An athlete becomes a legal marijuana grower and part of an emerging debate
USA Today / Posted 13 days ago
COLLINS, Colo. — If college athletes want to use marijuana, the NCAA likely won't catch them, and Treyous Jarrells is proof of that. He says he was high in almost every game he played. Now he has given up his dream of a football career for one... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Beware of the So-Called Antibacterial Soaps in SupermarketsEveryone of us must have entered a supermarket to look for body wash products a
Beware of the So-Called Antibacterial Soaps in Supermarkets
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
Everyone of us must have entered a supermarket to look for body wash products and then came out with a product that reads "kills 99 percent of the germs." Does it really kill 99 percent of the germs? Let's face the bigger question. Are these... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How ice use affects families and what they can dodoes ice use affect families and what can they do? By Nicole Lee, Curtin Unive
How ice use affects families and what they can do
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
does ice use affect families and what can they do? By Nicole Lee, Curtin University, and Paula Ross, Swinburne University of Technology Some of the greatest impacts of drug use are on families, but families sometimes feel in a position of little... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
DHB candidates answer your questionsThe Hawke's Bay District Health Board has thousands of staff, a half-billion-do
DHB candidates answer your questions
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
The Hawke's Bay District Health Board has thousands of staff, a half-billion-dollar budget and is responsible for the region's health services. Hawke's Bay Today asked its 15 candidates the same four questions. LYNLEE AITCHESON-JOHNSON A previous... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
More US adults smoke pot as fewer people see risksAmericans are admitting they use marijuana, and a new study suggests this may b
More US adults smoke pot as fewer people see risks
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
Americans are admitting they use marijuana, and a new study suggests this may be due at least in part to the growing number of people who don’t think it’s dangerous. Researchers surveyed almost 600,000 U.S. adults from 2002 to 2014 about their drug... Read more
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