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Exposing Marijuana Myths - A Review of the Scientific Evidence
Science & Tech  (tags: marjuania myths, exposing, medicine )

- 3208 days ago -
Since the 1920s, supporters of marijuana prohibition have exaggerated the drug's dangers.
Why Animal Research Is Bad Science
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, humans, medicine, research, science, scientists )

- 3067 days ago -
Did it delay new treatments for HIV? Government enthusiasm for animal research is misplaced. Vivisection is scientifically flawed. It may have seriously delayed the development of new treatments for HIV.
The 10 Most Seductive Drugs -- And Their Fascinating History
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery, drugs, history, humans, investigation, medicine, science )

- 1383 days ago -
A brief journey through time, from ancient Sumeria to modern New Jersey, uncovers the mysterious origins of the world's most beloved substances.
How the New Mexico Anti-Nuclear Campaign Achieved a Major Victory
Science & Tech  (tags: business, climate, concept, energy, environment, habitat, health, medicine, nuclear plant, research, safety, science, society )

- 1367 days ago -
On February 13, the President released his proposed fiscal year 2013 budget. On page 26 of the document "Cuts, Consolidations, and Savings: Budget of the U.S. Government" we find, "The Administration proposes deferring the construction of the Chemistry->
Top 10 Ways Algae Boost Science, Energy and Medicine
Science & Tech  (tags: Israel, environment, science, health, discovery, research, medicine )

- 1111 days ago -
Israeli scientists find novel approaches to tap into the potential of this slimy plantlike organism for fuel, nutrition and innovative medical therapies.
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED Stop the Barbaric Torture of Cats at Toronto University!
Science & Tech  (tags: activists, abuse, world, violence, society, safety, sadness, politics, media, internet, health, research, study, science, scientists, medicine, investigation, money, lies, marketing, dishonesty, corruption, cover-up, business, treatment, risks, prevention )

- 725 days ago -
It has recently come to our attention that Toronto University is doing intensive research on live cats. The poor and innocent animals are deafened and have some sort of steel coils planted in their eyes. Moreover, holes are drilled in their skulls
Is 'Numerosity' Humans' Sixth Sense?
Science & Tech  (tags: Brain, discovery, health, humans, investigation, medicine, NewTechnology, research, scientists, study, technology )

- 810 days ago -
Whether it's determining the number of ships on the horizon or the number of cookies in a jar, the human brain has a "map" for perceiving numbers, new research shows.
Ask Baystate Medical Center to End the Use of Live Pigs in Trauma Training Courses
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, trauma, research, animals, pigs, cruelty, suffering, testing, medicine )

- 1663 days ago -
Please take a minute to ask Baystate Medical Center president Mark Tolosky to immediately stop using live pigs in his hospital's Advanced Trauma Life Support courses by switching to using the American College of Surgeons-approved TraumaMan System.
What It's Like To Get Bitten By A Black Widow (TEXT and VIDEO)
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, black widow spiders, Jackson Landers, illness, danger, medicine, humans, science, news )

- 798 days ago -
I lay on my back with my teeth clenched and my hands gripping the sides of a hospital bed. A crowd of strangers in white coats filled the tiny room. Waves of pain lapped from my abdomen into my chest as the venom worked its way toward my heart.
Fish Oil Boosts Responses to Breast Cancer Drug Tamoxifen
Science & Tech  (tags: BREAST CANCER RESEARCH, concept, discovery, health, investigation, medicine, NewTechnology, research, science, society, technology )

- 1691 days ago -
"If a tumor was being treated with tamoxifen, the addition of an omega-3 fatty acid diet seemed to make the tumor, at least at the molecular level, more benign and less aggressive and responsive to tamoxifen," says Russo.
Gallery: The Year's Most Amazing Scientific Images
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, astronomy, climate, computer, computers, concept, design, discovery, energy, environment, Gizmos, health, history, humans, interesting, nasa, medicine, NewTechnology, research, science, scientists, space, tech, world, technology )

- 2181 days ago -
Popular Science has compiled an image mega-gallery, that contains 62 of the year's most amazing images . A Must See!
Is Scientific Genius Extinct?
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, discovery, geneticengineering, humans, investigation, medicine, nasa, NewTechnology, performance, research, science, scientists, society, space, study, technology )

- 1021 days ago -
Dean Keith Simonton of the University of California, Davis, says that just like the ill-fated dodo, scientific geniuses like these men have gone extinct.
20 Things You Didn't Know About...Autopsies
Science & Tech  (tags: anatomy, autopsies, criminial investigations, discovery, history, humans, investigation, medicine, research, science, scientists, society, study, technology )

- 1121 days ago -
Some show misdiagnoses, some involve pruning shears, and some have included tasting sessions.
ACTION NEEDED Ask Southern Illinois University to End the Use of Pigs in Its Emergency Medicine Residency Program
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, animals, ancient, research, medicine, performance, safety, science, scientists, study, technology, NewTechnology, business, dishonesty, cover-up, corruption, business, money, lies, animalcruelty, abused, animaladvocates, animalwelfare, cruelty )

- 809 days ago -
Please take a minute to ask Southern Illinois University School of Medicine dean Kevin Dorsey, M.D., Ph.D., to replace the use of pigs in the school's emergency medicine residency program with validated human-based training methods.
What Is DéJà Vu?
Science & Tech  (tags: brain, functions, mysterious, medicine )

- 856 days ago -
French for "already seen," déjà vu has been under investigation for years by scientists, who have yet to offer a complete explanation for the phenomenon, though it's reportedly experienced by more than 70 percent of people at some point.

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