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Teen Marijuana Use Not Impacted By Legalization

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According to data gathered by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHA), marijuana use by people between the ages of 12 to 17 has generally remained unchanged over the past ten years. The use of alcohol and tobacco by ...

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Eating Fish Fights Depression

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Fighting depression during Suicide Prevention Month is an appropriate goal. According to a new research paper published online in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, fighting depression could be as easy as eating fish. The new research reveals that ...

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Diet Soda Drinkers Eat More Junk Food

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Diet soda doesn’t necessarily help people on a diet. According to a new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, many diet soda drinkers eat more junk food in order to make up for the ...

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Teens Vape Marijuana With E-Cigarettes

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According to a new study published in the journal Pediatrics, teens are now using electronic cigarettes to smoke marijuana instead of the liquid nicotine for which they are meant. The research project was based on a formal survey of 3,800 ...

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Psychedelic Drugs: Ready For A Comeback?

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Psychedelic drugs are bad for you, boys and girls. Really? According to a new study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, this school of thought could be a thing of the past. A team of researchers in the US, ...

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September: Suicide Prevention Month

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According to numerous sources, September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day and September is Suicide Prevention Month. The most recently released online data indicates that approximately 100 individuals commit suicide every day. While that number in itself may cause concern ...

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Sleep Fights Off The Common Cold

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According to a new study published in the journal Sleep, individuals who get less than six hours of sleep actually quadruple their risk of catching a cold. The study also confirms previous studies connecting short sleep to an increased rate ...

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Daily Marijuana Use Up Among College Students

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According to a new and ongoing study on marijuana use published recently in Monitoring the Future, daily marijuana use among college students is significantly rising. Specifically, the University of Michigan study indicates that college students in the US presently smoke ...

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Marijuana And Alcohol Good Together?

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The recent legalization of recreational marijuana in states such as Colorado and Washington has caused some consternation among many business owners. There was a seemingly valid concern that this burgeoning industry would somehow cut into their profits. Alcohol producers were ...

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Could 1 Nap A Day Save Your Life?

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According to new research presented to the European Society of Cardiology annual conference in London, England, a nap a day could save your life. Specifically, a midday nap is reportedly “associated with reduced blood pressure” and could reduce the risk ...

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