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Alcohol shrinks the brain - more research

Alcohol shrinks the brain - more research | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
Consuming substantial amounts of alcohol shrinks critical brain regions in genetically vulnerable rodents, Brookhaven scientists have found in efforts to further map the biology of addiction in peop...

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Even implied alcohol makes people feel sexy

Even implied alcohol makes people feel sexy | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

French, US and Dutch researchers carried out a pair of experiments which consistently found that the more participants had drunk, the more attractive they thought they were.

 

Picked up by trade website Drinks International, the study, published in the Journal of Individual Differences, asked 19 men and women drinking in a French bar to rate their own attractiveness and blow into a breathalyzer. The more alcohol in their bloodstream, the more highly they rated their own attractiveness.

 

Interestingly, a follow-up study among 86 young men also suggested that the mere insinuation of alcohol was enough to boost their own self-image.

 

In the second experiment, the men were given a minty lemon cocktail, some of which was alcoholic, some of which was not. They were then asked to record a fake advertisement for the drink.


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My stand on Body Image in the Media

Many people have become displeased over the years with the way the media portrays body image. Photoshop and other digital retouching programs have felt the backlash of this ongoing debate. I believe photo editors have indeed gone too far, in a world where we are so susceptible to what we see and hear. Especially, the young females try to compare and live up to standards that can be impossible. Therefore, the supporters of these retouched images are risking the health of our generation and the younger generations to come. A lot of us may know that we can’t believe everything we see in the media but why enable these unnecessary changes in which photos are edited and published. Everyone should instead inspire to be healthy and happy. As quoted from Kate Angell, “Outer beauty attracts, but inner beauty captivates.” There's no such thing as perfect and when people try to obtain a perfect body image they can lose control and become carried away. Eating disorders are serious. "The annual death rate associated with anorexia is more than 12 times higher than the annual death rate due to all other causes combined for females between 15 and 24 years old"(Cavanaugh, 1999). Most importantly we should take care of our bodies and learn to love them, beautiful is being confident in who you are.

 

Celebrate Love Your Body Day on October 19th. A campaign by the National Organization for Women. To learn more go to: http://loveyourbody.nowfoundation.org/


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WORLDWIDE: Eating less seafood

WORLDWIDE: Eating less seafood | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

The consumption of seafood among the indigenous Arctic population Nenets in Russia has dropped significantly, a new doctoral degree shows.

 

Research Fellow Natalia Petrenya has compared residents of the Russian city Arkhangelsk with residents of the indigenous Nenets who live in rural areas in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug. The main focus of the study was to find out what effect changing food habits and lifestyle have on risk factors for cardiovascular diseases in the country.

 

These diseases affect many Russians. While the number of deaths attributed to cardiovascular diseases has dropped in Western Europe, North America and Japan over the past decades, the proportion has increased in Russia.

 

However, the proportion is lower among some sections of the population, which has been put down to high seafood consumption in these sections of the population.

 

The study shows that the consumption of seafood among the indigenous Nenets was unexpectedly low, especially in comparison with studies from the Soviet era. This can in part be explained by low income and the preference of other cheaper foods. The Nenets have traditionally had a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids from white fish and reindeer meat.

 

The study also demonstrated increased levels of obesity among women and high tobacco consumption among men in both groups.

 

No differences were observed in the levels of the proteins ApoA and ApoB in the blood of the test subjects in the two areas. These proteins are used as indicators of the danger zone for developing cardiovascular diseases.

 

“However, a generally lower level of cholesterol was observed among the Nenets, which may be explained by higher levels of physical activity among men and lower consumption of saturated fat from meat among the women than in Arkhangelsk,” says Natalia Petrenya. “But an increased proportion of obesity will in all likelihood lead to more Nenets being affected by diabetes and cardiovascular diseases in the years ahead.”

 

The study that formed the basis of the doctoral degree was a collaborative project between Nofima, the University of Tromsø and the University of Arkhangelsk. It was financed by Sparebank1 Nord-Norge, Troms County Council and Nofima.

 

Natalia Petrenya was born in Arkhangelsk in Russia in 1974. She was educated as a doctor at the Northern State Medical University in Arkhangelsk. She has lived in Tromsø since 2007 and is particularly interested in studying which lifestyle and environmental factors influence human health.

 

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Natural Immunity: 8+ Natural Antibiotics to Replace the Drugs ("natural is better; time to switch")

Natural Immunity: 8+ Natural Antibiotics to Replace the Drugs ("natural is better; time to switch") | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
Worried about getting sick? Instead of turning to antibiotics, here are 8+ foods which harness natural antibiotic properties to boost your immune system.

The overuse of antibiotics has become a modern-day epidemic. These drugs have depleted our natural immunity by killing the good bacteria in our guts and also creating super-bugs that have become resistant to almost any form of prescribed drug around. Instead of making yourself weaker, and depleting your body’s natural ability to cure itself from any number of ailments, try utilizing natural foods and herbs to ditch the Big Pharma meds for good.

1. Astragalus 

2. Onions 

3. Cabbage

4. Honey 

5. Fermented Vegetables

6. Cinnamon

7. Sage 

8. Thyme

There are other natural antibiotics out there too. They include:

Rosemary Coriander Dill, mustard seed Anise Basil Lemon balm Wild Indigo Echinacea Olive leaf Turmeric Pau D’ Arco Cayenne pepper Colloidal silver Grapefruit seed extract Garlic Ginger Oregano oil


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Steve Kingsley's curator insight, November 12, 2013 8:17 PM

My favorite is cinnamon both for culinary and health reasons. Not only does it act as a natural antibiotic, the antioxidants in it boost the immune system in numerous ways. 

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New Study: Stop smoking naturally without drugs, pills, e-cigs or patches

New Study: Stop smoking naturally without drugs, pills, e-cigs or patches | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
I think it’s fair to say we all know someone who has struggled to quit smoking, despite desperately wanting to do so!
The old quote “Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world to do….I’ve done it hundreds of times!

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Joel Roberts's curator insight, November 14, 2013 5:11 PM

This article "New study: stop smoking naturally without drugs , pills, e-cigs or patches". This article talks about how to quit smoking you dont need any drugs or pills to get you off it but you need to get it of it without any use of drugs. This makes anyone who is smoking and wants to quit smoking. This article pesuades them to quit smoking without the use of drugs or patches.

 
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Blocking Sugar Intake can Reduce Cancer Risk and Progression (sugar-free for long life")

Blocking Sugar Intake can Reduce Cancer Risk and Progression (sugar-free for long life") | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
Sugar fuels cancer. A new study has indicated that blocking dietary sugar can reduce tumor development risk and progression of cancer cells.

For the study, Dr. Cagan and his team engineered fruit flies to express Ras and Src, two important oncogenes, resulting in the development of small head tumors. After feeding the flies a high-sugar diet promoting insulin resistance, they found that high dietary sugar acts together with Ras and Src to increase insulin sensitivity specifically in tumor cells. As MedicalNewsToday reports, “By ramping up signaling of an important pathway called Wingless/Wnt, they increased tumor cells’ insulin receptors to further promote insulin sensitivity. This cascade of activity changed these small, weak tumors and caused them to begin growing aggressively”.

Using these newly identified drug targets (glucose, the RAs/Src oncogenes, and Wingless/Wnt signaling), the researchers identified compounds that could block the process. Using three different drug treatments, the team attacked the three different targets. Together, they “substantially reduced tumor size and progression.” ...

Obesity and type 2 diabetes are preventable lifestyle diseases. These are conditions we control. And if they are creating an environment that fosters prolific tumor growth, we can use that knowledge to combat both cancer and the metabolic disorders that increase the risk of cancer.


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Paige Gervaise's curator insight, November 4, 2013 6:23 PM

sugar takes a large roll in lifestyle diseases. It can cause various different problems throughout your life

Nicholas Grozdanov's curator insight, November 13, 2013 7:28 PM

dr wattburg said that if you dont eat sugar you can starve the cancer tumors which stops the spreading.

blocking dietary sugar can reduce tumor development risk and progression of cancer cells.

Research has linked metabolic diseases like obesity and diabetes to an increased risk of pancreatic, liver, breast, and colon cancers.



mikhail's curator insight, November 14, 2013 5:08 AM

cancer is a lifestyle disease. this article talks about how A new study has indicated that blocking dietary sugar can reduce tumor development risk and progression of cancer cells. cancer is really dangerous and life threatening. we must do all that we can to help or reduce the effects of cacner

 

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Is Capitalism To Blame for Worldwide Obesity?

Is Capitalism To Blame for Worldwide Obesity? | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

Why do people get fat, increasing their personal risk of heart disease, diabetes and other "lifestyle" diseases and society's risk of fiscal collapse from the expense of treating millions of people with those ailments? Conventional wisdom, favored by governments and a vast and growing "wellness industry" around the world, is that it's because individuals can't control themselves.


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Grace Hennessy's curator insight, November 4, 2013 6:13 PM

This Article implys that a poor diet increases the risk of heart disease, diabetetes and other lifestyle dieases. and its now becoming a serious issuse for people around the world as the percentage of obsesity has grown immesively over the past 5 years.

Nicholas Grozdanov's curator insight, November 13, 2013 7:33 PM

Why do people get fat, increasing their personal risk of heart disease, diabetes and other "lifestyle" diseases and society's risk of fiscal collapse from the expense of treating millions of people with those ailments? 


What the article is stating is tht rather telling people that you should be excersing, people should be educating others on the effects and how to avoid obesity 

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STD symptoms: What am I looking for??

STD symptoms: What am I looking for?? | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

It's better to be safe than sorry; especially when it comes to your sexual health. There are many symptoms in Sexual transmited diseases that you would not directly associate with an STD. Therfore, just knowing what to look out for is better than unknowingly living with the problem.

 

A list of common and possible STD symptoms and potential causes.


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An HPV Vaccine Myth Debunked -Gynecology news -

Over all, there was no difference between girls who had received the vaccine and those who had not in such indicators of sexual activity as pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, testing for sexually transmitted diseases ...

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Positive drug tests on the rise (Aus)

Positive drug tests on the rise (Aus) | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
The AFL has revealed that 26 AFL players failed an illicit drug test in 2012, up from six the previous year.

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ReGenUC's curator insight, May 15, 2013 10:15 PM

Keeping it in perspective, that's 1.3% of all tests for illicit drugs.

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Ambulance stats: More drugs call-outs than alcohol (Vic)

Ambulance stats: More drugs call-outs than alcohol (Vic) | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
AMBULANCE statistics show drug-related jobs outstripped alcohol-related call-outs in the Swan Hill municipality during 2011/2012.

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Alcohol and drugs make a dangerous cocktail (NSW)

Alcohol and drugs make a dangerous cocktail (NSW) | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
WE are good at running around. Again another weekend of major community marathon runs.

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Bikies recruit drug mules on social media sites

Bikies recruit drug mules on social media sites | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
OUTLAW motorcycle gangs are using social media to recruit drug mules, Australia's top crime body has revealed.

The Australian Crime Commission, investigating "high-risk" crime groups in South Australia, is monitoring a number of drug recruits groomed through websites such as Facebook and has alerted South Australian Police.

Commission chief executive John Lawler told The Advertiser outlaw motorcycle gangs had used social networks to recruit associates and people to help with criminal activity, especially in illicit drug distribution.

Recruiting people on social media to traffic drugs has been a problem across Asia for three years, particularly in the Philippines and Malaysia.

In SA last year a man with no known history of drug crime was recruited online and later charged by police for possessing illegal chemicals.


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Largest-ever tobacco study finds 'urgent need' for policy change

Largest-ever tobacco study finds 'urgent need' for policy change | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

About half the men in numerous developing nations use tobacco, and women in those regions are taking up smoking at an earlier age than they used to, according to what is being called the largest-ever international study on tobacco use.


The study, which covered enough representative samples to estimate tobacco use among 3 billion people, "demonstrates an urgent need for policy change in low- and middle-income countries," said lead researcher Gary Giovino, whose report was published in the British medical journal The Lancet.


The figures bolster statements by the World Health Organization that while much of the industrialized world, including the United States, has seen a substantial reduction in smoking in recent years, the opposite trend is under way in parts of the developing world.


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UN summit targets obesity, alcohol and smoking

UN summit targets obesity, alcohol and smoking | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

WORLD leaders will agree to a deal at a United Nations meeting tomorrow to try to curb the spread of preventable ''lifestyle'' diseases, amid concern that progress is already being hampered by powerful food, alcohol and tobacco lobbyists.


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Zoe correa's curator insight, November 14, 2013 8:12 PM

This article from the age talks about how the UN is targeting obesity, alcohol and smoking as these lifestyle choices are leading to the rise of non-communicable diseases and premature death. What I found disappointing is that big companies are not caring about the impact some of these problems are having on people and are looking to take advantage of and make money out of developing countries as they haven't imposed any smoking bans, taxed cigarettes and alcohol and restricted junk food advertising.

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FDA Claims Walnuts to be Illegal Drugs

FDA Claims Walnuts to be Illegal Drugs | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
According to the FDA, claims made by Diamond Foods that omega-3's found in walnuts produce health benefits make their walnuts "drugs".

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This Man Will Die in a USA Jail For Marijuana Possession

This Man Will Die in a USA Jail For Marijuana Possession | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

This Man Will Die in Jail For Marijuana Possession!

Jeff Mizanskey is serving a sentence of life without parole for possession of five pounds of marijuana.He's a victim of Missouri's three strike rule, which means that you can get life without parole for your third felony even though he never served jail time before, never had any violence on his record, and had no criminal record besides the three pot possession charges.

 


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Julian Buchanan's curator insight, November 13, 2013 4:04 PM

This is irrational, inhumane, unjust and shameful upon all of us.

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What The World Eats (Shocking Photos)

What The World Eats (Shocking Photos) | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
This photographic report exposes the proliferation of processed foods in the western diet and in the diets of many developing countries the world over. Is it any wonder that we are seeing increases in diet & lifestyle related diseases?

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Bill Palladino - MLUI's curator insight, April 25, 2013 4:34 PM

I think we might be just as astounded at the differences between various groups and the way they eat in the US.  Whether socio-economic, ethnic, or geographic differences, it would be a diverse examination.  

mikhail's curator insight, November 14, 2013 5:10 AM

this is a shocking image. this shows a lot of unhealthy and processed food that the western society eats. this is a good example of a bad lifestyle choice

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UN summit targets obesity, alcohol and smoking

UN summit targets obesity, alcohol and smoking | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

WORLD leaders will agree to a deal at a United Nations meeting tomorrow to try to curb the spread of preventable ''lifestyle'' diseases, amid concern that progress is already being hampered by powerful food, alcohol and tobacco lobbyists.


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Zoe correa's curator insight, November 14, 2013 8:12 PM

This article from the age talks about how the UN is targeting obesity, alcohol and smoking as these lifestyle choices are leading to the rise of non-communicable diseases and premature death. What I found disappointing is that big companies are not caring about the impact some of these problems are having on people and are looking to take advantage of and make money out of developing countries as they haven't imposed any smoking bans, taxed cigarettes and alcohol and restricted junk food advertising.

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Students design prototypes that can predict your health

Students design prototypes that can predict your health | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

A group of summer school students have developed a digital service that calculates a person’s risk of developing lifestyle diseases based on health indicators. The project is targeted at men between the ages of 30 and 60, who typically visit the doctor two weeks too late.

 

“The digital prototype that we have designed is dynamic, so the user can update their risk assessment by inputting their level of physical activity, their intake of food, alcohol and cigarettes, as well as their BMI. So if a user starts exercising 30 minutes a day, he will immediately notice that his chances of staying healthy improve. This type of self-monitoring works because it doesn’t use threats. Instead it offers a tool that is personal, relevant and easy to use.

 

The goal is make people more interested in improving their health, as well as making them aware of how they can do that,” says Lea Glerup, a psychology student at the University of Copenhagen who participated in the Digital Services Innovation in Healthcare summer school programme.

 

Over the past three weeks, Glerup worked together with a group of students from the Technical University of Denmark studying Design and Innovation, Management Engineering, Medicine and Technology, along with Communication and IT students from the University of Copenhagen. This dynamic group created a detailed product, though the process was demanding and required the students’ complete focus.

 

“We had three intense weeks of summer school that included lectures from a wide range of experts. The learning curve was steep and an ordinary course would never be put together like this. But I thought it was cool because we got to see all the phases in concept development and got a general understanding of a rather complex field,” Glerup says.

 

 

The Danish health sector offers many different types of treatment, but how will they fare as the population ages and more people develop chronic illnesses?

 

“There is a great need to plan and share information among the health professionals who are in contact with the patient, such as the GP, hospital doctors, nurses, pharmacists and physiotherapists. If it all has to be done manually, by writing in a paper record, or by email or telephone, the process can become long-winded. Digital systems are useful because they can manage different types of information and be flexible in unpredictable situations. They are also a perfect tool for dealing with a new trend in healthcare that sees patients getting involved in planning their own preventative treatment. That was why we chose it as the theme for the summer school this year.”

 
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This could be very helpful in future science.

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Steve Kingsley's curator insight, September 8, 2013 5:42 PM

Whwn will we see a commercial product/service for bot sexes?

Connie Glutyk's curator insight, September 10, 2013 1:11 AM

This will be a great help to anyone concerned about their health, where problems areas are well ahead of having any serious situation happen.  Not to mention that people would be proactive in maintaining their health knowing that a issue is starting to take effect.

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Puberty Before Age 10: A New ‘Normal’?

Puberty Before Age 10: A New ‘Normal’? | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it

"What science tells us about the incredible shrinking childhood."

"Family stress can disrupt puberty timing as well. Girls who from an early age grow up in homes without their biological fathers are twice as likely to go into puberty younger as girls who grow up with both parents. Some studies show that the presence of a stepfather in the house also correlates with early puberty. Evidence links maternal depression with developing early. Children adopted from poorer countries who have experienced significant early-childhood stress are also at greater risk for early puberty once they’re ensconced in Western families.

Bruce Ellis, a professor of Family Studies and Human Development at the University of Arizona, discovered along with his colleagues a pattern of early puberty in girls whose parents divorced when those girls were between 3 and 8 years old and whose fathers were considered socially deviant (meaning they abused drugs or alcohol, were violent, attempted suicide or did prison time). In another study, published in 2011, Ellis and his colleagues showed that first graders who are most reactive to stress — kids whose pulse, respiratory rate and cortisol levels fluctuate most in response to environmental challenges — entered puberty earliest when raised in difficult homes. Evolutionary psychology offers a theory: A stressful childhood inclines a body toward early reproduction; if life is hard, best to mature young. But such theories are tough to prove.

Social problems don’t just increase the risk for early puberty; early puberty increases the risk for social problems as well. We know that girls who develop ahead of their peers tend to have lower self-esteem, more depression and more eating disorders. They start drinking and lose their virginity sooner. They have more sexual partners and more sexually transmitted diseases. “You can almost predict it” — that early maturing teenagers will take part in more high-risk behaviors, says Tonya Chaffee, associate clinical professor of pediatrics at University of California, San Francisco, who oversees the Teen and Young Adult Health Center at San Francisco General Hospital. Half of the patients in her clinic are or have been in the foster system. She sees in the outlines of their early-developing bodies the stresses of their lives — single parent or no parent, little or no money, too much exposure to violence."


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Forrest z. Tappan's curator insight, March 11, 2014 8:46 PM

Some good point and key ideas made in this article that will help me think about what I want to say in my paper and how i choose to present it. Make some points about human interaction and "just knowing" things about people that found interesting but unfortunately irrelevant to my work. Besides that this topic of early onset of puberty seems to be picking up some attention and some good work is being done to further our understanding. Hopefully this will be solved and not just be come a new norm to be forgotten.

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Medical-use marijuana backed (NSW)

A NSW parliamentary committee has recommended the medical use of marijuana be legalised for people with cancer, AIDS or other terminal illnesses and urged the federal government to approve the use of cannabis-based pharmaceuticals. The proposal would allow patients to possess and use up to 15g of cannabis.


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HIV orgs welcome medical marijuana recommendation (NSW)

HIV orgs welcome medical marijuana recommendation (NSW) | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
A parliamentary recommendation allowing people with terminal illness and AIDS to use cannabis for medical purposes has been welcomed by the state’s HIV/AIDS groups.

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Legalising cannabis for recreation is the obvious next step (Qld)

Legalising cannabis for recreation is the obvious next step (Qld) | Nathan Nagaratnam Yr 9 Journal | Scoop.it
OPINION: Is this the start of the legalisation of cannabis in Australia? An inquiry has recommended allowing its use for medicinal purposes.

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