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An Ode to CBD Dabs

When someone is curious about trying for cannabis for the first time, I do what many think of a strange, even stupid proposal: try dabbing. I know I know. Dabbing can be scary. In most cases, it means using a blowtorch for essentially free based cannabis. High Times once said that the techniques involved "bear an unfavorable resemblance to those …

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More evidence that dietary supplements do not help your heart

TUESDAY, July 10, 2018 – There is another study suggesting that vitamins and minerals purchased by millions of Americans do not do anything to ward off heart disease. This time the result is an analysis of 18 studies conducted between 1970 and 2016. Everyone looked at how vitamins and minerals – which are not reviewed by the US Food and …

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Texas Scientists make a major breakthrough in Alzheimer's research

Despite the billions of dollars spent on clinical trials over the decades, Alzheimer's disease is still one of the most devastating and confusing diseases in the world, affecting more than 5 million Americans alone. But Dallas researchers have made a major breakthrough in the match. They have discovered a "Big Bang" of Alzheimer's disease – the point at which a …

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First human case of West Nile Virus reported in Irving

DALLAS, TX – The first human case of West Nile Virus in 2018 has been reported in Irving. The virus transmitted by mosquitoes can cause flu such as symptoms and sleepiness, disorientation, coma, tremor and even paralysis in most severe cases. The patient with the virus lives in Ireland's 75061 zip code and diagnoses West Nile neuroinvasive disease. For medical …

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Dallas Scientists Find the "Big Bang" of Alzheimer's Disease

Despite the billions of dollars spent on clinical trials over the decades, Alzheimer's disease is still one of the most devastating and confusing diseases in the world, affecting more than 5 million Americans alone. Dallas researchers have made a major breakthrough in battle. They have discovered a "Big Bang" of Alzheimer's disease – the point at which a healthy protein …

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Federal Moves To Stop Affordable Care Act Payments Still Do not Raise Worries In Kansas – News – Topeka Capital-Journal

A transition this weekend by the federal authority regulating the affordable health care bill ceased payments aimed at stabilizing the National Health Care Program, but the decision should not have an immediate impact on Kansas companies or recipients, experts said. 19659002] Centers for Medicare and Medicaid on Saturday announced that, due to a February court court in the United States …

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Rare STI can be turned into superbug, warns doctor

T shows his latest figures from Public Health England that diagnosis of syphilis is at the highest level for almost 70 years, with 7,137 cases in 2017, an increase of 20 percent last year and more than twice as recorded in 2012. And cases of gonorrhea increased by 22 percent in one year, with nearly 45,000 diagnoses in 2017. Last …

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Trump Officials Slash Contribution That Helps Obamacare Consumers

WASHINGTON – The Trump Administration announced Tuesday that it contributed to nonprofit organizations that help people get health insurance under the Price Protection Act, the latest step in an escalating attack on the law threatening to destabilize their insurance markets. 19659002] The cuts are the second round in two years. The government will provide $ 10 million in the autumn, …

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New STD superbug can make 3,000 women infertile every year, health scientists warn

A new sexually transmitted superbug will make 3,000 women infertile every year, unless handled, experts have been warned. Counterfeit NHS services diagnose the infection called mycoplasma genitalium (MG) due to lack of test equipment like The British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) has issued new NICE approved guidelines today to prevent an explosion of infections rates within 5 …

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Patients suffering from chronic pain are "begging" the FDA for reforms when shrinking opioid access

8:21 07/10/2018 Steve Birr | Share Share on Facebook "Begging" health regulators to restore their access to opioid analgesics in the wider federal decomposition. Patients appeared in the headquarters of the Food and Drug Administration Monday for a hearing about how to best deal with care for people living with chronic pain. They argue that the latest measures taken to …

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