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Introducing Budworkz: the cannabis recruitment app

Introducing Budworkz: the cannabis recruitment app

Ned Montgomery introduces Budworkz, an app using geolocation to revolutionise connecting employers to employees in the cannabis industry. Every company in industries from logging to...
Agro Grow Technology: a hydroponic revolution with the Rotary Garden

Agro Grow Technology: a hydroponic revolution with the Rotary Garden

Agro Grow Technology VZW showcase their innovative growing solutions. Technological progress solves many contemporary problems related to health; a balanced lifestyle of modern society, nutrition,...
First of its kind in vitro 3D imaging model for neural tissue developed

First of its kind in vitro 3D imaging model for neural tissue developed

In a first of its kind move, researchers have formed 3-dimensional tissue consisting of neurons. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have successfully...
Could eBooks help encourage children to eat vegetables?

Could eBooks help encourage children to eat vegetables?

New resources that hope to encourage children to eat vegetables have been launched. The resources, based on the evidence that children who are exposed to...
New guidelines approved for medical cannabis in Brazil

New guidelines approved for medical cannabis in Brazil

This week Brazil approved cannabis guidelines in order to establish a legalised environment for the sale and consumption of cannabis for medical use. In the...
UK industry body sets deadline for CBD Novel Foods application

UK industry body sets deadline for CBD Novel Foods application

The Association for the Cannabinoid Industry has everything in place to start processing Novel Foods applications from its raw-product manufacturing members. The CBD regulatory body...
Ketamine may hold potential as treatment for Autism and Tourette's

Ketamine may hold potential as treatment for autism and Tourette’s

To this day there is no known cure for either autism or Tourette’s syndrome, however, new research has revealed how a common anaesthetic could...
Bone healing mechanism could provide new therapeutic applications

Bone healing mechanism could provide new therapeutic applications

Researchers are beginning to understand more about periosteal stem cells and how they can help with bone healing. New research has revealed a new mechanism...
Hidden health crisis: why people turn to the black market for medicine

Hidden health crisis: why people turn to the black market for medicine

People are turning to the black market for their medicine – but why? New research has shown that altruism, a lack of access, and affordability...
The keto diet: how ‘cheat day’ can damage your body

The keto diet: how ‘cheat day’ can damage your body

The keto diet is gaining popularity due to its low carb count, but can it do damage to our bodies? The often embraced 'cheat day'...
Link between ALS and type 2 diabetes could offer new therapies

Link between ALS and type 2 diabetes could offer new therapies

New research has highlighted links between amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and type 2 diabetes. Patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) often suffer from type 2 diabetes....
Prediabetes: an emerging health threat can lead to type 2 diabetes

Prediabetes: an emerging health threat can lead to type 2 diabetes

A new study has shown that nearly one in five adolescents aged 12-18 years, and one in five young adults aged 19-34 years, are...

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