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Landmark Study: Pot Smoke Doesn’t Cause Strokes, But Tobacco Does and Weed Can Stop It

We know it may seem counter-intuitive to what we already know about tobacco, but a steady stream of scientific research is revealing some surprising conclusions about cannabis. The latest research, published on December 27th, 2016, indicates that marijuana use does not run the same risk of stroke that tobacco does. The study used a sampling of 49,321 Swedish men, born between 1949 and 1951 and were conscrip ...

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Red Flags: 7 Life-Threatening Health Conditions that Your Eyes Reveal

The eyes are the mirror of the soul and reflect everything that seems to be hidden ― Paulo Coelho The eyes are the window to the soul, claim scientists, and they reveal a lot about someone’s character, fortune and personality. Patterns in the iris can give an indication of whether someone is warm and trusting or neurotic and impulsive, scientists at Orebro University in Sweden discovered a decade ago. Danie ...

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DEA Slapped in Face: American Epilepsy Society Accepts Marijuana Extract Obliterates Seizures in Epileptic Children

As the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) continues to display its arrogance, refusing to remove marijuana from schedule 1 of the Control Substance Act (CSA), thanks to certified professional bodies in the country, more and more details on medical efficacy of the plant is being revealed. On August 11, 2016 the DEA turned down two petitions. One was from the governors of Rhode Island and Washington, ...

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2-Month-Old Girl with Epilepsy Treated with Marijuana at Colorado Hospital

While Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, does not prescribe or recommend medical marijuana, doctors are monitoring Albuquerque-based Amylea Nunez, born in December 2015 with a rare form of epilepsy. After giving her parents Nicole and Ernie Nunez the nod to treat their daughter’s condition with cannabis oil, the nurses have already noticed a difference in Amylea being more alert than usual. Amylea had he ...

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Barack Obama usurps the 2nd Amendment in final days in office by cutting off gun ownership to disability recipients

As President Barack Obama finishes out his final month in office, the two term executive is working hard to force through segments of an agenda that had been stifled by the courts and by Congress.  And one of these is an attack on the 2nd Amendment as his administration last week finalized a policy regulation that would make it unlawful for individuals receiving disability payments through the Social Securi ...

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States that legalized marijuana saw a drop in traffic deaths

Legalization of medical marijuana is not linked with increased traffic fatalities, a new study finds. In some states, in fact, the number of people killed in traffic accidents dropped after medical marijuana laws were enacted. “Instead of seeing an increase in fatalities, we saw a reduction, which was totally unexpected,” said Julian Santaella-Tenorio, the study’s lead author and a doctoral student at Colum ...

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Common core proves to be an utter failure as U.S. kids now rank 31st out of 35 developed nations in math proficiency

For hundreds of years memorization was not only the best way for children to learn basic math skills, but it was also the standard used around the world.  Yet when academic theorists decided that introducing a convoluted method for problem solving into the American school system would be a much better way of solving mathematical equations, the results have been less than stellar. In fact in a new report out ...

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New study shows that the Reworking of trade deals with China is not just a luxury, but now a necessity

The beginning of the end for America's middle class began during the late 1990's and is now on life support following eight years of Barack Obama as head of the country.  And in that time the one nation who has benefited the most from NAFTA and GATT is the one with the largest rising middle class in the world. China. Yet coupled with this decline in high paying jobs because of corporations offshoring labor, ...

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After four years of legalization pot is now very close to surpassing alcohol sales in the state of Washington

Of all the growing benefits that pot legalization has done for the state of Washington, its help in bringing about a decline in DUI and drinking related accidents is a worthy side effect.  And according to new statistics for the second quarter of 2016, revenues from the sale of marijuana are now very close to equaling and surpassing sales of alcohol. In 2014 alcohol related incidents declines 9.9% from the ...

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Cancer screenings and treatments kill more people than the disease itself, according to research

Cancer is undoubtedly a menace to society. However, it is an effective revenue stream not just for pharmaceutical companies, but also for hospitals, oncologists, cancer specialists and diagnostic facilities that make up the $125-billion health industry. To make matters worse, cancer detection and treatments kill more people than cancer itself by enabling the disease to spread. According to an op-ed publishe ...

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Why flu shots are the greatest medical fraud in history

(NaturalNews) As one of the very few independent voices willing to stand up against the scientific dogma of our modern medical regime, I've long felt a need to communicate the dangers of flu shots to the public so that people can have better information to prevent vaccine injuries and save lives. This doesn't mean I'm opposed to the theory of vaccination, by the way. In fact, I'm the author of A Blueprint f ...

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World Health Organization channels its inner Bloomberg as it calls for introducing taxes on sodas and other sugary drinks

A few years ago, New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg tried to legislate morality in the 'war on obesity' by calling for a tax on sodas and other added sugar drinks that were over a specific size.  And while the tax never made it through the state's legislature, his tax on sodas become a symbol of how the liberal nanny state tries to regulate everyone from cradle to grave. Unfortunately, the idea of a soda ...

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