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St. Anthony's Cancer Center installs clock dedicated survivors

ST. PETERSBURG Sister Mary McNally, Vice President of Mission at St. Anthony's Hospital, stood in front of a cancer survivor room to reveal a silver bell surrounded by butterfly clays mounted in the center of the Cancer Center lobby. "People often finish their treatment and they go out the door," she said. "Now we have that symbolism." Yes, I'm free …

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ReGen CBD Protein Powder Review

I'm not a fan of tomorrow at all, so I'm always a game of something that can help make my day's start less painful. Although I usually save my cannabis use for evenings and weekends, I was open to the idea of ​​kicking the working week with some CBD because it is non-psychoactive. When I recently had the opportunity to …

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Salmonella linked to kratom hospitalizes 3 in Michigan

LANSING, MI – Michigan healthcare officers have issued a warning after an outbreak of salmonella in connection with the consumption of kratom sickened 130 people including three Michigan residents. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) collaborates with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and Local Health Departments to …

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A web-based lifestyle intervention supports weight loss in patients with non-alcoholic liposuction

Patients with non-alcoholic liposuction diseases (NAFLDs) who participated in a web-based lifestyle modification intervention achieved similar levels of weight loss and faster normalization of their liver enzymes than patients who participated in an intensive group-based program. The results of this Italian study, presented today at the International Liver Congress 2018 in Paris, France, also suggested that the degree of weight …

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Ohio drug distributor donates Narcan to Marion

A bottle of naloxone, commonly known as Narcan, used to suffer from heroin overdoses, Indianapolis, Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Fireplace, near the corner of East 10th and North Rural Streets, has been in its present place since 1972. (Photo: Robert Scheer / IndyStar) MARION – An important drug distributor under fire for its role in the opioid epidemic has given …

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What it's like working out while it's high

Living in San Francisco for two years opened my eyes against the weed. After taking a strong stance towards it for so long, I found that my own research and the crop of sophisticated dispensers that appeared on each corner began lifting the taboo surrounding herb. After receiving my med-card and trying it for myself, the stereotype of stoned lazy …

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