There are so many vices nowadays that one can easily get lost trying to remember them all. From drinking to smoking, they have all leveled up and are far more classy and techy over the years. Teens and the youth these days have different preoccupations than what kids did 10 to 20 years ago. Well, they have technology to thank for that.
For instance, when you say smoking, you not always pertain to smoking cigarettes or a good old cigar. E-cigarettes like vapes are now trendy and with the numerous juice flavors to choose from, it can take your smoking experience to the next level. It also looks awesome to blow circles and show off your vaping skills to your friends to make you look cool but smoking vape has its health implications.
You’ve seen them on television, in celebrity photos and in magazine ads — cool superstars vaping on electronic cigarettes. Their high-tech gadgets seem to be available everywhere, from shopping malls to the 24-hour convenience mart. Is it any wonder that teens are being tempted to try
Controversies are common in the field of Medicine. From controversial animal and human testing to untested ingredients and technologies, medicine is always buzzing with rumors and non-facts.
For something that has been around and used for ages, the experts can’t still agree when it comes to medical marijuana. Since medical cannabis use is not legal in many U.S. states, people have been using it under the radar. But that is about to change if the Medical Marijuana law will be passed in the country.
First off, its use is already legal in some states and other states are already discussing it in Congress. Many people rally for its approval because they believe medical marijuana can offer relief and cure to many of today’s diseases.
The Medical Cannabis Act has made its way past the first hurdle of many on the road to becoming law in Nebraska. It was approved for a hearing by the full legislature by the Judiciary Committee with a 6-1 vote, of which five of the six in favor were sponsors of the bill. Introduced
We all aspire for similar things in life – a roof over our heads, food on the table, education for the youth and health care for all. All the rest are excesses that we can live without. For centuries now, mankind has been struggling to meet its daily needs. From primitive hunting to manual farming, we have come a long way today. And despite the rising and falling of economies, people will always struggle to provide these basic necessities with or without the help of the government.
America is in such a dire situation today. The country is facing a lot of issues today – from the economy to international trade to basic health care services. Confusion is always expected when the leadership changes especially when they are from opposing parties. The new president will likely want to wipe out every trace of the previous administration.
President Trump on Tuesday turned up the pressure on recalcitrant Republicans to support a sweeping bill to overhaul the health care system, threatening wavering lawmakers in his party with political payback if they failed
Life does not end when we sleep even though many of us may think that we are done for the day once we hit the sack and close our eyes. It is true, though, that we may temporarily forget our concerns and problems as we drift off to unconsciousness and dreamland but that does not mean our body ceases to function. If it does, then we are dead for sure.
Sleep is supposed to help our body recuperate from the stresses of the day and recharge in anticipation of the new day. However, it is not always the case for some loud snorers. For couples, this may be a big issue since both partners are affected and end up losing precious sleep.
As annoying it may be to the partner who does not snore, it is a serious health concern for the partner who snores. Experts have identified snoring as a health risk that may ultimately lead to a long list of chronic and debilitating (even deadly) health conditions.
Annoying and more often than not, disruptive, snoring is the most