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U.S. opioid crisis built up over decades

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Even without proof, CBD is finding a niche as a cure-all

Breaking News Email Receive urgent alerts and special reports. The news and stories that count, delivered on weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 9, 2018 / 9:06 PM GMT of Linda Carroll, John Torres, MD and Ali Galante Touted as a treatment for a wide range of conditions – including anxiety, pain, inflammation and even cancer – CBD may be the latest …

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After marijuana edibles helped dying Holocaust survivor battle Alzheimer’s, his family’s foundation pushes for more research

The experience of a Massachusetts family giving edible marijuana to their dying patriarch is ready to launch an absolutely necessary investigation into how cannabis could treat some of the most troubling symptoms of the disease of Alzheimer's disease, a condition that affects 5.7 million Americans. Alexander Spier spent three years during the Holocaust in Auschwitz and other concentration camps as …

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Parents, Make Your Child Have A Bedtime Routine For Healthy BMI Later

A regular and sufficient sleep from early childhood can be important for achieving healthy body weight in adolescence, suggests a new study. Children who did not have a routine before going to bed at the age of 9 had a longer sleep duration than self-reported sleep. breve HIGHLIGHTS Sleep affects physical and mental health and the ability to learn Parental …

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How a woman’s innocent-looking pimple almost killed her

As a pimple from the innocent appearance under a woman's nose almost killed her – and why she decided to visit her doctor for a life-saving check-up Jessica Pasco, 32, he discovered a pimple under his nose was basal cell carcinoma [19659003] Less than a year before, a freckle on his leg was diagnosed as melanoma in stage 3 The …

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9 ways to handle holiday food when you have diabetes

To keep weight and blood sugar levels under control during the holidays, try to incorporate these nine strategies. (iStock) If you have diabetes, managing sugar intake is always a top priority. During the holiday season, however, when cakes, cookies and indulgent recipes are everywhere you look, it can be even more difficult to keep your A1C levels constant. To help …

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