Monthly Archives: May 2017

Senators’ Letter To FDA Commissioner Gottlieb Perpetuates Misconceptions About E-Cigarettes

Senators’ demand of FDAs Gottlieb reflects widespread misunderstanding about the importance of e-cigarettes to the nation’s health Read More »

Modified antibiotic could halt superbugs

Scientists in the United States may have developed a vital tool in the battle against superbugs by re-engineering the decades-old antibiotic vancomycin. Read More »

This is what happens to your brain when you don’t get enough sleep – Independent.ie

When you feel particularly exhausted, it can definitely feel like you are also lacking in brain capacity. Read More »

Do Fathers Treat Daughters Better Than Sons? Study Shows Differences In How Dads Treat Children

Fathers treat daughters and sons differently as shown by the way they speak to and play with their kids. Researchers said the difference in parental treatments may shape the personalities of the children. Read More »

Ohioans buying Michigan medical pot ahead of rules being set

CLEVELAND (AP) — Ohioans wanting medical marijuana have been crossing the border into Michigan, where some Detroit-area dispensaries will sell to out-of-staters who are issued recommendations for cannabis use months ahead of the drug becoming available in their home state, according to officials from a company providing the recommendations. Read More »

India reports its first 3 cases of the Zika virus

India has reported its first three cases of the Zika virus, including two pregnant women who delivered healthy babies. Read More »

Newspaper: Ohio had more than 4,000 overdose deaths in 2016

A newspaper survey of Ohio county coroners has found more than 4,000 people died from drug overdoses last year in a state among the hardest hit by a heroin and opioid epidemic. Read More »

Climate change is keeping Americans awake at night. Literally.

Warmer-than-normal nights means more restless Americans, with poor and older adults feeling the most heat. Read More »

Climate change is keeping Americans awake at night. Literally.

Warmer-than-normal nights means more restless Americans, with poor and older adults feeling the most heat. Read More »

Lack of sleep causes your brain to eat itself – Lifestyle – NZ Herald News

Your brain starts to eat itself if it hasn’t had enough sleep, according to a new study. – New Zealand Herald Read More »