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SECOND OPINION | The scholarship of sitting

Hello and happy Saturday! Here’s a roundup of a week’s engaging and heterogeneous news in health and medical science. If we haven’t subscribed yet, we can do that by clicking here. Defining sedentary behaviour  Is stationary poise a same as sedentary behaviour? Absolutely not, according to sitting scientists.   You can …

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Study shows diseased questioning about influenza shot

A investigate from a University of Waterloo says many Ontarians are doubtful of a influenza shot.  The investigate is based on Ontario health information from 2013-14, and was recently published in a Journal of Health Communication. Alberta Health Services staff tumble brief of influenza vaccination targets … again It shows that half of …

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Legalizing cannabis could assistance revoke opioid use: experts

Leading medical experts contend legalizing cannabis might offer new wish to one day revoke a use of opioids — absolute drugs frequently prescribed for a diagnosis of pain. Dr. Mark Ware, a globally famous researcher and a vice-chair of a sovereign government’s charge force on legalizing marijuana, says a authorised …

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How to stay protected when lightning strikes

Lightning is a common occurrence in a summer months and a fantastic shows can pull viewers out of their homes. Although lightning can be sparkling and pleasing to watch, it is dangerous and contingency be noticed safely. Whoo Hoo!!! #Bucketlist shot!!!10 mins ago, hometown pellet elevator!!!Leader #Saskatchewan #SkStorm #ExploreSask@Stormhour pic.twitter.com/woxRSTKhu1 …

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