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  • The Decade Of The Brain And Medical Legalization Of Cannabis

    The Decade Of The Brain And Medical Legalization Of Cannabis

    Research on the medical uses of cannabis was still restricted in the late 1980s and early 1990s, both in the United States and internationally. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) was mostly in charge of research at the time, and it was funding studies to learn more about the harmful effects of THC and cannabis. Only one grow house at the University of Mississippi provided medical-grade cannabis for research purposes which was the brain behind the medical legalization of cannabis.

  • Cannabis In The Post-Prohibition Era

    Cannabis In The Post-Prohibition Era

    Despite the fact that cannabis has a long history as a medicine in many countries around the world, including the United States, the political climate in the early twentieth century was not friendly to cannabis or hemp, creating the ideal conditions for cannabis in the post-prohibition era, with the mingling of unstable medicine, racism, greed, and power.

  • The Role Of Cannabis In The Victorian Age Medical Revival

    The Role Of Cannabis In The Victorian Age Medical Revival

    Hemp was a common ingredient in Asian and Indian folk treatments as a cure-all, used to treat fever, burns, and headaches, as well as as a paste/poultice for wounds. Hashish, another name for cannabis, made its way back to Europe as a medication thanks to an Irish doctor operating in India, kicking off the Victorian age medical revival of cannabis.

  • Characterization Of 3D Templates Of Protein Models

    Characterization Of 3D Templates Of Protein Models

    3D templates of protein models are three-dimensional characteristics that reflect protein functional regions such as ligand binding cavities, metal coordination motifs, or catalytic sites.

  • Use Of Machine Learning To Assess Water Existence On Terrestrial Exoplanets

    Use Of Machine Learning To Assess Water Existence On Terrestrial Exoplanets

    The footprints of water existence on terrestrial exoplanets have been discovered. Several exoplanets revolve in the habitable zone of their central star, in which liquid water may be present on their surface.

  • Assesing COVID-19 Transmission By Prediction Modelling

    Assesing COVID-19 Transmission By Prediction Modelling

    To assess COVID-19 transmission, researchers used a Bayesian framework and integrated estimates of the total number of daily cases with data on daily laboratory-confirmed cases to determine the daily reporting ratio.

  • A Statistical Model Capable Of Predicting Start Of COVID-19 Multiple Waves

    A Statistical Model Capable Of Predicting Start Of COVID-19 Multiple Waves

    The most difficult challenge facing modern scientists is predicting COVID-19 multiple waves.

  • Social Media Addiction- Facts And Challenges

    Social Media Addiction- Facts And Challenges

    According to experts, as many as 5 to 10% of Americans currently fulfil the criteria for social media addiction.

  • Role Of tBregs In Promoting Breast Cancer

    Role Of tBregs In Promoting Breast Cancer

    Immune suppression mediated by Tregs is used by the tumour-evoked Bregs (tBregs) to protect metastasising breast cancer cells from immune effector cells when cancer has spread. As a result, tBregs promote breast cancer.

  • Fungi- Biggest Reason For Humans Survival On Earth

    Fungi- Biggest Reason For Humans Survival On Earth

    Fungi for humans has many dimensions that can be explored. They are found throughout our environment and play a crucial role in human existence on many levels.

  • Moons- Key To Understanding Life On Planets

    Moons- Key To Understanding Life On Planets

    Only Earth is known to have life on it, despite the incredible variety of worlds in our solar system. On the other hand, other moons and planets reveal evidence of life.

  • Detecting Cardiac Problems Using An AI-Assisted Eye Scan

    Detecting Cardiac Problems Using An AI-Assisted Eye Scan

    Researchers have designed an artificial intelligence (AI) system to analyse eye scans obtained during a regular visit to an ophthalmologist or optical clinic and identify people at severe risk for a heart attack.

  • Dietary Fats And Carbohydrates- Association With Heart Disease And Food

    Dietary Fats And Carbohydrates- Association With Heart Disease And Food

    The most common cause of mortality among women is cardiovascular disease. Diet is both a risk factor for heart disease in and of itself and a contributor to the risk of other health issues and mortality, such as cancer and diabetes, in addition to heart disease.

  • Detecting Super Solar Flare Events

    Detecting Super Solar Flare Events

    A solar flare is a powerful burst of electromagnetic radiation in the Sun's atmosphere. These can now be detected from radio waves to gamma-ray radiation.

  • Solar Superflares Shock Scientists

    Solar Superflares Shock Scientists

    During solar superflares, the sun emits massive bursts of particles and radiation that can cause widespread devastation on Earth.

  • Open Access Yields Student Carrier Success

    Open Access Yields Student Carrier Success

    Students can guarantee that they receive the most excellent possible education with open access. They are not arbitrarily constrained by selecting scientific publications available on their respective campuses.

  • Researchers Used Various Models To Explain Galaxy Diversity Problem

    Researchers Used Various Models To Explain Galaxy Diversity Problem

    The galaxy diversity is astonishing in structure and features, mainly owing to the numerous avenues for stars to form and evolve.

  • Study Links Viagra To Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s

    Study Links Viagra To Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s

    We all know that these tiny blue tablets may be a good companion in the bedroom, but it turns out that recent study links Viagra to lower risk of Alzheimer's. According to this recent discovery, these blue pills can also help you stay in better mental shape and reduce the risk of Alzheimer's by 70%.

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