25 people hospitalized after smoking synthetic marijuana

At least 25 people were hospitalized Saturday night in New York, possibly after smoking synthetic marijuana. According to CNN, these people were all from the same neighborhood of Brooklyn, in the American metropolis. The substance responsible for their hospitalization, according to the police, would be K2, also known as “spice”, a substitute for marijuana. Half of […]

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Mike Ward: “I healed myself as a drink”

The comedian Mike Ward does nothing like the others, even when it comes to treating a depression he says he overcame by drinking alcohol. “I was cured for drinking,” he told Paul Arcand on ” Secret Conversation ,” aired Sunday night at TVA. I had to take a hundred drinks a week. “ The controversial humorist mentioned that […]

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To live in good health, laugh!

Professor Gilbert Deray traces the benefits of laughter in the prevention and healing of pathologies as serious as diabetes or cancer. We can escape his genetic destiny! This is what Dr. Gilbert Deray writes and demonstrates in a fascinating book * about scientifically proven ways to age in good health. The head of the nephrology department at […]

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Popcorn with roasted seaweed

Servings: 4 Preparation time: 10 minutes ingredients ½ cup  of coconut oil ½ cup  corn grain 2 tbsp. table  olive oil 2 tbsp. table  nutritional yeast 1 to 2 tbsp. tea  sea salt ½ cup  of wakame seaweed 2 tbsp. Tea  mixture of togarashi spice (optional) Technical 1. In a dry skillet over medium heat, grill the wakame seaweed […]

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Cancer: in pursuit of circulating tumor cells

Tomorrow, in Montpellier, the world’s best experts will come together to advance research and improve the personalization of treatments. Catherine Alix-Panabières is experiencing her last hours of stress. Because tomorrow will open in Montpellier the 11th international symposium “On Minimal Residual Cancer” , so a congress on the various aspects of the cancerous disease. The responsible dynamics of the Laboratory Rare […]

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Measles outbreak: already more than 2,000 reported cases

Nearly 90% of the infected patients were not vaccinated or had received only one injection. Eighty-one departments are now involved. Long contained by the vaccination of children, measles is making a strong comeback in our country . Since 1 January, 2,070 cases have been reported, says the latest weekly epidemiological bulletin published by Santé publique France about this viral disease. Eighty-one departments […]

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5 natural remedies for blood pressure control

As many know, high blood pressure can be defined as an increase in arterial blood pressure above normal values. This is common in patients with chronic heart disease or other underlying diseases, such as diabetes mellitus. Of course for this type of patients the best thing would be to take their prescribed medical treatment, but […]

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CIA HUMAN RESOURCE EXPLOITATION MANUAL And How These Techniques Are Used Against Humanity Around The World

Analysis of a shocking CIA document and how it effects the human experience. What is the Human Resource Exploitation Manual? This CIA document, published in the late 1980s, was used to train “interrogators” in Latin America. to obtain information from captured individuals. What follows is a portion of that document as well as my description […]

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US launches ambitious health experiment

The US health authorities are looking for one million people willing to share their DNA and, for ten years, their health habits, large and small, to advance science. The US government on Sunday launched a nationwide recruitment campaign for a very ambitious experiment: by compiling a database rich enough to compare the genetics, lifestyle and […]

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An inkless tattoo that detects cancer

A skull, ”  I love mum  “, a scorpion, everything had already passed. All except perhaps “Attention, cancer! “. A biomedical tattoo developed by the team of Martin Fussenegger, of the Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, can detect the occurrence of certain cancers by detecting an early biological signal: a high and prolonged level of calcium in the blood (or […]

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Unusual investigation of genealogy sites has resulted in the arrest of the alleged “Golden State” killer

The large genealogy sites available on the net compile millions of documents. They helped the investigators who had been tracking the Golden State killer for years. He had killed 12 people and raped fifty times between 1978 and 1986. Facts that earned him the nickname of the killer of the “Golden State” (the nickname of California). At […]

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