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Report: Afghanistan’s Booming Meth Industry May Rival Its Heroin Trade

Afghanistan is emerging as a significant global producer of methamphetamine, according to a study published on Tuesday by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA). Afghan drug traffickers have in recent years discovered that the ephedra plant — commonly found growing wild in certain parts of the country — can be used to…
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CDC Study: 85% of Coronavirus Patients Reported Wearing Masks ‘Always’ or ‘Often’

An overlooked study published recently by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that cloth face coverings or masks are mostly ineffective in preventing the spread of the Chinese coronavirus as promoted by public health officials. The CDC conducted the study, largely ignored by the media, in the U.S. in July and made its…
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New Study Suggests Binge Drinking Could Damage Brain And Cause Lasting Anxiety

Authored by John Vibes via TheMindUnleashed.com, A recent study suggests that binge drinking alcohol could seriously damage the brain in ways that increase the risk of cognitive-behavioral issues like anxiety. The study, which was conducted by researchers at the University of Porto, found that just ten days of binge drinking cause immune cells in the…
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Study Finds 98 “Long-Term” COVID-19 Symptoms Including Baldness

Epidemiologists readily admit that viruses are chock full of puzzles. And COVID-19 is no exception. Earlier today, Dr. Fauci himself lamented the fact that nearly half of those who get the virus don't see symptoms, which is one reason why young people have been so reckless, purportedly helping to spread the virus. And in a…
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Authors Of Study Finding No Bias In Police Killings Ask For Retraction

Submitted by by Sovereign Man The authors of a study which found no racial bias in police shootings asked for the study to be retracted.  The main findings were: “1) As the proportion of Black or Hispanic officers in a [fatal officer-involved shootings] increases, a person shot is more likely to be Black or Hispanic…
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The Remdesivir Study Is Finally Out: Drug Only Helped Those On Oxygen, Finds Mortality...

Remember when the market soared on several days in April on the Facui-touted Remdesivir study which, according to StatNews and various other unofficial sources of rumors, was a smashing success only for the optimism to fizzle as many questions emerged, and as the Gilead drug quietly faded from the public's consciousness and was replaced by…
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Study Finds Doing This Regularly Is Likely To Prevent COVID-19 Hospitalization

Multiple reports have been issued over the past month carefully documenting many of the underlying health issues which make the chances much higher for COVID-19 infected individuals of landing in the hospital, and possibly death.  Foremost among these is the pervasive American problem of obesity, and the often corresponding disease of diabetes. "Young adults with obesity are…
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New Study Exposes More Evidence That Summer Won’t Stop The Coronavirus

One of the public's last great hopes as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases nears the 2 million mark is that the onset of summer in the northern hemisphere will help defeat the virus as warmer temperatures make life for the virus more hostile, hampering the virus's ability to spread. However, it's looking increasingly likely…
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Study: Scent of a Rose Improves Learning During Sleep

Researchers striving for ‘effortless’ learning during sleep Effortless learning during sleep is the dream of many people. The supportive effect of smells on learning success when presented both during learning and sleep was first proven in an extensive sleep laboratory study. Researchers at the University of Freiburg – Medical Center, the Freiburg Institute for Frontier…
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Children Who Drink Whole Milk Have a Lower Risk of Being Overweight – Study

Skip to content Findings challenge international guidelines that promote reduced-fat milk to children A systematic review and meta-analysis led by St. Michael’s Hospital of Unity Health Toronto found children who drank whole milk had 40 percent lower odds of being overweight or obese compared with children who consumed reduced-fat milk.The research, published in The American…
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