Scientific Review: 'There Is Now Clear Evidence That Cannabinoids Are Useful

Scientific Review: 'There Is Now Clear Evidence That Cannabinoids Are Useful

Filed under: Washington D.C. Drug Use

Washington, DC–(ENEWSPF)–August 10, 2012. … rebutted the present Schedule I status of cannabis under US federal law, which states that the plant and its organic constituents possess a “high potential for abuse,” and that they lack “accepted medical …
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Most IV drug users get hooked after one hit: study

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"Some of the things we did find was that female youths were more likely to transition to be regular injectors. Also, youth who had a history of physical abuse in childhood. Those seem to be some of the factors associated with [IV drug use]," notes DeBeck.
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Drugs arsenal could help end AIDS: WHO

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WASHINGTON: Thirty years into the AIDS epidemic, a cure remains elusive but a growing arsenal of drugs could someday help end new infections, the World Health Organization's HIV/AIDS chief says. The key is figuring out how to best manage the latest …
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The HIV Pandemic: Turning the Global Tide

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The XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) was convened from July 22-27 in Washington, DC. This was an historic … For persons with HIV and AIDS, biologic medicines are the cutting-edge drugs that hold the promise to transform their lives. As …
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Traffic (6/10) Movie CLIP – A Desert Killing (2000) HD – Traffic Movie Clip – watch all clips j.mp click to subscribe j.mp Manolo (Jacob Vargas) is kidnapped after trying to double-cross General Salazar. He and Javier (Benicio Del Toro) are taken back to Mexico to be killed. TM & © Universal (2012) Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Jacob Vargas Director: Steven Soderbergh MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: j.mp Join our Facebook page: j.mp Follow us on Twitter: j.mp Buy Movie: amzn.to Producer: Laura Bickford, Marshall Herskovitz, Cameron Jones, Graham King, Andreas Klein, Mike Newell, Richard Solomon, Edward Zwick Screenwriter: Simon Moore, Stephen Gaghan Film Description: Described by director Steven Soderbergh as “Nashville meets The French Connection,” this multi-character drama explores the effects of international drug trafficking on all fronts: from their source, to the US border, to the federal government, to the private lives of users. Based upon a miniseries originally aired on Britain’s Channel 4, Traffic divides its time among three main storylines and almost a dozen locales. The first and primary plot thread, set in Ohio and Washington, DC, concerns freshly-appointed drug czar Robert Wakefield (Michael Douglas), whose enthusiasm for his new prestige position is quickly offset when he realizes his 16-year-old daughter Caroline (Erika Christensen) is graduating from recreational drug use to habitual abuse — a secret that his wife, Barbara (Amy Irving), has kept from him. South of the border, Mexican cop Javier Rodriguez (Benicio Del

 

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