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Magic Mushrooms Are “Safest” Recreational Drug Says New Study, But How Safe Are They?

Mushrooms, or “magic mushrooms” as they are often referred to in the drug using world, have been deemed “safe” by the Global Drug Survey. The term “safe” isn’t often one that comes to mind when one thinks of something like drugs. However, yesterday when the Global Drug Survey released their annual recreational drug survey, they found that of all individuals ...

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Pope Francis Says That Embryos Should Never Be Used In Research, Not Even To Fight Incurable Diseases

On Thursday, Pope Francis told a special Vatican audience that there is no justification for the destruction or the use of embryos for scientific purposes. The pope said that embryos should not be used in research even if the research would be able to help people suffering from incurable diseases. Around 1,700 people from 16 countries gathered at the Vatican ...

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Cholera Outbreak! 115 Dead in Yemen ‘We Are Now Facing Serious Outbreak of Cholera’, Says Red Cross

Cholera outbreak has been reported to have spread in Yemen. According to RT, the country has had over 1000 infected civilians and 115 were already dead. The Yemeni Health Ministry has already coordinated with humanitarian organizations to ask for aid as they said this was an “unprecedented disaster.” “We now are facing a serious outbreak of cholera,” Director of Operations ...

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Cholera Outbreak! 115 Dead in Yemen ‘We Are Now Facing Serious Outbreak of Cholera’, Says Red Cross

Cholera outbreak has been reported to have spread in Yemen. According to RT, the country has had over 1000 infected civilians and 115 were already dead. The Yemeni Health Ministry has already coordinated with humanitarian organizations to ask for aid as they said this was an “unprecedented disaster.” “We now are facing a serious outbreak of cholera,” Director of Operations ...

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Human Sense Of Smell Isn’t Bad, And Is Much Better Than We Give It Credit For, Says Neurobiologist

The human sense of smell has often been thought of as our species’ Achilles heel, at least when compared to other living creatures. While people are obviously capable of doing a great many things animals cannot do, and have a particularly keen sense of sight, it has long been believed that the tradeoff therein has been our rather weak sense ...

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Doctor Who Accepted $155,000 In Bribes Says Doctors Aren’t Prepared For The ‘Business Of Medicine’

Ever since she was a little girl, Michele Martinho wanted to be a doctor. It’s all she ever thought about. Her whole young life revolved around her dream, and she molded her education and extracurricular activities around this dream to ensure she gained admission to medical school and then ultimately a medical residency. Michelle was the daughter of immigrants, and ...

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Doctor Who Accepted $155,000 In Bribes Says Doctors Aren’t Prepared For The ‘Business Of Medicine’

Ever since she was a little girl, Michele Martinho wanted to be a doctor. It’s all she ever thought about. Her whole young life revolved around her dream, and she molded her education and extracurricular activities around this dream to ensure she gained admission to medical school and then ultimately a medical residency. Michelle was the daughter of immigrants, and ...

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Autism Linked To Maternal Grandmother’s Smoking During Pregnancy, New Study Says

A new study has found a link between autism and the smoking habits of the child’s maternal grandmother. In a study published April 27 in Scientific Reports, scientists at the University of Bristol studied 14,500 participants in its Children of the 90s, which studied kids in the Avon, UK, area born in 1991 to 1992. They found a link between ...

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Autism Linked To Maternal Grandmother’s Smoking During Pregnancy, New Study Says

A new study has found a link between autism and the smoking habits of the child’s maternal grandmother. In a study published April 27 in Scientific Reports, scientists at the University of Bristol studied 14,500 participants in its Children of the 90s, which studied kids in the Avon, UK, area born in 1991 to 1992. They found a link between ...

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Mosquito-Borne Malaria Is On The Rise In The U.S., New Report Says

If you are planning a trip abroad this summer, it might be a good idea to grab your mosquito spray because a new report suggests the mosquito-bourne illness malaria is on the rise in the U.S. According to the report published April 24 in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, although endemic malaria was effectively wiped out in ...

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