Here's the kicker: the hardcore killer, Fentanyl, is a Schedule II drug, meaning doctors can prescribe it through pharmacies. Cannabis, on the other hand, which has never killed a soul, is a Schedule I, right up there with heroin.
Lecia Bushak, May 6, 2016
Scientists now know that your genes may play a role in determining your happiness; some people are naturally predisposed to mental health problems like depression and anxiety, while others appear to be more protected. But genes only make up around 50 percent of what defines happiness.
Sean Martin, Mon, Feb 15, 2016
FOR the first time, scientists have successfully managed to cryogenically freeze a brain and then revive it.
REUTERS \ 11/11/2015
No one knows who built it - some think it might have been a nomadic civilization that settled the area. Or, there could be an astrological significance
Although scientists and their conservation efforts (let's forget their destructive efforts for this article) have done some amazing things to save numerous plants and animals, like determining that DDT was one factor affecting the birth rates of the American bald eagle (leading to its eventual recovery), they also make mistakes. One such mistake was accidentally killing the world's oldest animal.
What would happen if someday medical science could essentially erase your real memories and replace them with phony ones? There's no way this technology could be misused, right?
A newly discovered bone function has stunned mainstream scientists. Columbia University Medical Center researchers have confirmed what I’ve been saying all along: that the skeleton is not just an inert calcified structure, but rather, a dynamic and active tissue that’s constantly renewing itself if it’s given what it needs.
Stay away from high fructose corn syrup. Too much of the sweet stuff may make you stupid. That’s what a new study out of UCLA suggests.
Over a century ago, our approach to health took a sharp turn in the wrong direction. Instead of turning around, the traditional medical system has since kept on going.
The U.S. is turning into radiation nation. In the twenty-three years since Chernobyl, Americans seem to have forgotten the impact of radiation on health.