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DEA not Reconsidering How Marijuana is Treated under Federal Drug Control Laws

DEA not Reconsidering How Marijuana is Treated under Federal Drug Control Laws

In the US, marijuana will remain in the most restrictive category for enforcement purposes, as per the government. It means the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has decided not to reconsider current restrictions on the drug as of now.

Researchers says dogs might help detect hypoglycemia in diabetes patients

Researchers says dogs might help detect hypoglycemia in diabetes patients

A team of researchers have said that dogs might be able to help prevent type 1 diabetes patients' blood sugar levels from dropping to very low levels by detecting the start of a hypoglycemic episode with the strong sense of smell.

Utah governor descales porn a "a public health hazard"

Utah governor descales porn a "a public health hazard"

Gary Herbert, the Governor of the state of Utah has declared that pornography is "a public health hazard" that can result in harm to the individuals and society.

Study shows women are harshest judges of weight

Study shows women are harshest judges of weight

According to a new study on gender differences, women are the harshest judges of weight of a person especially other women and the idea of beauty.

Scientists find brain disorder associated with Zika in adults

Scientists find brain disorder associated with Zika in adults

A team of scientists in Brazil have said that they have found a new new brain disorder associated with Zikavirusin adults.

Charity organises event to mark Autism Awareness Month in Dearborn

Charity organises event to mark Autism Awareness Month in Dearborn

A charity has organised anawareness festival at a local school as part of the global efforts to increase awareness making the Autism Awareness Month in April. Campaigners, activist and others are marking the Autism Awareness Month in April across the world aiming to increase awareness about the condition.

Obese and diabetic mothers have higher risk of large babies

Obese and diabetic mothers have higher risk of large babies

According to a new research study, mothers who are Obese and diabetic during their pregnancy have a much higher risk of having very large babies.

Experts want food products to include labels with required exercise

Experts want food products to include labels with required exercise

People have backed a new system of labelling that would include food labels with how much exercise is needed to burn off the calories.

 

Angela Rippon inspires people to live healthier

Angela Rippon inspires people to live healthier

Famous newsreader, consumer journalist, host of Top Gear and Come Dancing, Angela Rippon is inspiring more people to live healthier lives.

Walnuts can help avoid age-related health issues, new study

According to a new research study, Walnuts, which are already known to have several health benefits, can help avoid age-related health issues is consumed daily.

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