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inactiveadults 0121More than 1 in 5 adults is inactive in all but four states in the United States, according to new state maps of adult physical inactivity prevalence released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The map, which points to high levels of inactivity in the country, says 25 percent of U.S. adults are not active enough to protect their health. The data come from the Behavioral Ris
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Beginning June, Thai people can grow marijuana in their garden as the Thai government plans to distribute one million cannabis plants to households across the country in that month. The new rules come into play from June 9 onwards. One of Thailand's biggest supporters for decriminalizing cannabis,...
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abortion may20 Oklahoma's legislature passed a bill that would ban abortions from the stage of fertilization, effectively prohibiting almost all abortions in the state. Oklahoma House of Representatives approved HB 4327 by a vote of 73-16, and it will become law after signed by Governor Kevin Stitt. The Republican Governor is a strong supporter of legislation limiting abortion, who says Oklahoma should be "the pregnancy may12 The Women's Health Protection Act, a Democrat-led legislation to codify U.S. women's reproductive rights including the right to abortion nationwide, failed to pass in the Senate after it fell short of the 60-vote threshold to avoid filibuster. All the lawmakers, except Joe Manchin, voted in party line, resulting in 49 votes in favor and 51 votes against the Bill. The Democrat Senator from West abortion oct07 A US federal judge has issued an injunction blocking enforcement of a Texas law banning abortion after six weeks into pregnancy. On September 9, the Justice Department had filed a lawsuit to prevent the State of Texas from enforcing the law, which effectively bans most abortions in the state. Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court turned down emergency request by abortion and women's health provider Read More

American Cancer Society Takes Steps To Bridge Cancer Screenings Gaps Caused By Pandemic

When the coronavirus pandemic spread rapidly in the US in the year 2020, the number of people taking cancer screenings fell drastically. While most of the screening centers were temporarily closed, others were facing severe staff shortages. Moreover, people were scared of going to the hospital for non-emergency...
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Cannabis Usage Increases The Risk Of DCI 2.7 Times

According to a new research letter published in Stroke, cannabis usage is being associated with cerebral ischemia or subarachnoid hemorrhage. The single-center study researched the pattern in more than 1,000 patients and is one of the pioneering studies in the matter. Lead author Michael Lawton,...
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31% Of Americans Addicted To Internet Thanks To Covid-19: Study

NortonLifeLock (NLOK), a global player in consumer Cyber Safety, on Tuesday released the findings of a study that showed that 31% of Americans said they had become addicted to being online as a result of the pandemic.
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babyfood may19In order to combat baby formula shortage caused by Abbott Nutrition's voluntary recall, President Joe Biden has announced a set of additional actions. To ensure that U.S. manufacturers have the necessary ingredients to make safe, healthy infant formula, the President is invoking the Defense Production Act. He is requiring suppliers to direct needed resources to infant formula manufacturers before
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