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    Cannabis’ Impact on the Brain in This New Study Should Encourage Marijuana Stock Investors

    Cannabis’ Impact on the Brain in This New Study Should Encourage Marijuana Stock Investors Cannabinoid-based drug developers could really start turning some heads. Sean Williams (TMFUltraLong) May 21, 2017 at 8:33AM The marijuana industry, and marijuana stocks for that matter, have been expanding by leaps and bounds over the past two decades. What was once

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    Probiotics: Pros and cons

    ANALYSIS/OPINION: Perhaps a friend or family member has talked with you about probiotics? Or you may have walked by the dairy case or health food section – and you see shakes, milk, yogurt, energy bars, ice cream (along with an array of other items) with added probiotics claiming that the product will improve your overall

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    Occupational health hazards in sewage and sanitary workers

    Abstract An estimated 1.2 million scavengers in the country are involved in the sanitation of our surroundings. The working conditions of these sanitary workers have remained virtually unchanged for over a century. Apart from the social atrocities that these workers face, they are exposed to certain health problems by virtue of their occupation. These health

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    Food additives

    Food additives are chemicals added to foods to keep them fresh or to enhance their colour, flavour or texture. They may include food colourings (such as tartrazine or cochineal), flavour enhancers (such as MSG) or a range of preservatives. Most food additives are listed on the product label, along with other ingredients, in a descending

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    Norovirus: Yolo County reports over 950 cases in 32 schools

    In a follow-up on the gastrointestinal illness (GI) outbreak in Yolo County, California schools, The Yolo County Health & Human Services Agency now reports over 952 students, teachers and staff are sick with stomach cramps, vomiting and/or diarrhea in schools throughout the county. The number of sick people is increasing every day at a very alarming rate.

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    USDA Unsure if Bird Flu Guidelines are Helping, GAO Finds

    U.S. agriculture officials do not actually know if they are doing enough to protect people and poultry from avian influenza, a government watchdog reported Thursday. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is still relying on poultry producers to voluntarily follow security guidelines, and many still are not doing everything they are supposed to do to protect

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