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Mysterious Illness Makes You Puke if Smoke Lots of Weed

Mysterious Illness Makes You Puke if Smoke Lots of Weed

A model named Chalfonte LeNee Queen suffered occasional experiences of violent retching and severe abdominal pain which put her on her back for literally days. There were times that she would even squirm on the floor from the pain – and this went on for 17 years. “I’ve screamed out …

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Scientists Have Actually Reversed Aging in Human Cells

Scientists Have Actually Reversed Aging in Human Cells

Just think, in the future, senior citizens might be able to live their lives totally disease-free. Brand new studies that were recently posted in the publication BMC Cell Biology has shown that human cells from the elderly can actually become rejuvenated through the use of chemicals that similar to resveratrol, …

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Is Cannabis a Good Sleep Aid?

Is Cannabis a Good Sleep Aid

Have you ever considered cannabis as a good sleep aid? Most everyone these days has probably smoked marijuana at some time in their lives, but there are probably very few who have used to battle insomnia. But there seems to be some credibility to that very thing. Variations of Cannabis …

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Scientists Reveals Three Methods for Controlling Your Dreams

Scientists Reveals Three Methods for Controlling Your Dreams

During a 2014 study it was demonstrated that it was indeed possible to trigger lucid dreaming. The were 24 volunteers in Germany who had been stimulated electrically with a 40 hz current, which is the frequency that is associated with dreaming and self-awareness. Even though none of the participants had previously …

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DNA Damage Discovered in Vets with Gulf War Illness

DNA Damage Discovered in Vets with Gulf War Illness

Scientists claim that they have discovered the first and direct biological evidence of sustain DNA damage to vets with Gulf War illness within certain cellular structures which generate energy within the body. These findings were posted in the September 2017 publication of PLOS One. A study which had focused on mitochondrial …

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