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The wave of marijuana legalisation that's swept across the United States in recent years has been fueled in part by the popular belief that pot is essentially harmless. But a new study shows that some heavy users will experience withdrawal symptoms while coming down from their...

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According to 2012 World Health Organization (WHO) global estimates on the prevalence of hearing loss, approximately 15% of the world's adult population has some degree of hearing impairment. The prevalence increases with age – from 1.7% in children to almost 33% in adults older than...

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Humans and animals can have incredibly strong ties, although we must be cautious about these when it comes to wildlife. It’s more difficult to know exactly how we should behave towards wild animals, and we certainly mustn’t interfere with their natural instincts and ability to survive...

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“Right,” says Roy, looking me up and down as he takes us through the pre-flight safety briefing. “The good news is you're not so heavy that we can't take a full load of fuel.” I'm not sure whether I should feel insulted or relieved; either way, it's a...

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Darrien Middleton works in the emergency department at her local hospital. Though her job is incredibly tiresome, she enjoys making a difference in people’s lives. In an ideal world, Darrien would also watch over her sick grandmother Wilma every second of the day, but of course an ideal...

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Two days after bone fragments were found at the Vatican, the brother of a teenage girl who went missing 35 years ago is calling for Pope Francis to share information he believes the religious leader has about her disappearance. Emanuela Orlandi went missing on June 22, 1983, after leaving her...

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People are likely being exposed to a newly detected toxic pollutant by breathing contaminated dust or through skin contact, according to a study. Researchers at Indiana University discovered high levels of the chemical, tri(2,4-di-t-butylphenyl) phosphate, or TDTBPP, in homes, an electronic...

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High salt consumption is one of the contributing factors in developing multiple sclerosis, according to a study. Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine found that salt can trigger the autoimmune disorder. Their findings were published Monday in the journal Nature Immunology. Multiple...

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A woman apparently lost the ability to move her fingers after using her smartphone constantly for a week. The incident occurred in the city of Changsha in Hunan province, central China. According to local media the woman, whose identity hasn’t been revealed, had taken a week off from...

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Every now and then, the body may be in need of a little cleansing and detoxification. With all the different types of food we put into our bodies – many of which aren’t entirely the best options – it’s understandable that a cleanse is necessary every now and then to ensure a...

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When Prince Charles and Lady Diana married, 3,500 people filled the church to watch on. The event was broadcasted to an estimated 750 million people worldwide. It was a fairytale wedding, all told; one that exceeded expectations and left the whole of England in high spirits for a few summer days...

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Caffeine-laden energy drinks are popular, but they might make your blood vessels less efficient, a small study suggests. These drinks -- sold as Monster and Red Bull, to name two -- have been linked to heart, nerve and stomach problems, researchers say. "A lot of young kids use energy...

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Norwegian Crown Princess Mette-Marit announced Thursday that doctors diagnosed her with a rare, chronic lung disease. The crown princess' doctor, Kristian Bjøro, diagnosed her with an unusual variant of fibrosis in her lungs, the Royal Family said. "The crown princess will...

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Probably this will be the best opportunity to go out with the most and incredible onesie that you have in the bottom of your closet. It’s time to dig through your closet and pull out that onesie for what might be the comfiest drinking event of the year. The Great Onesie Bar Crawl is...

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Early-stage cervical cancer patients who undergo a minimally invasive hysterectomy have a worse survival outlook than open surgery of the procedure, according to two studies published simultaneously. Researchers "recommend on only using open surgery for cervical cancer" based on the...

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