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As Families Become Outlaws to Treat Epilepsy with Cannabis, Colorado Kids Can Now Bring It To School

A fourth grader is now allowed to take his cannabis in school for his epilepsy as kids in states across the country would be arrested for the same thing.

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New Discovery: The Great Pyramid Can Harness Electromagnetic Energy In Its Chambers

According to new theoretical research conducted by an international team of physicists, the chambers in the Great Pyramid of Giza can harness electromagnetic energy. The architects of the pyramids were likely unaware of this feature, however, its implications are important for future nanoparticle research. “Applications of modern physical methods and approaches for investigations of pyramids’ properties […]

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Study: Mild Dehydration Can Negatively Affect Mental Performance

A new study has confirmed that even the mildest of dehydration can send your mental performance off balance.  The effects could be as minor as mood changes and more major, like muddled thinking.

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Baby Dies Of Meningitis, Media Blames The Unvaccinated, Here’s The Truth

A sweet and innocent baby has died only two days after getting his four-month vaccinations. The baby died of meningitis, and now the parents and healthcare officials are blaming a random and unvaccinated person for being asymptomatic while infected with the disease for spreading it to the baby.

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Park Rangers Find Bizarre Sea-Creature On Texas Beach

An odd sea creature that washed up on a Texas beach is puzzling park rangers. The odd-looking fish that lives on the ocean floor shocked Texas park rangers when it washed up on Padre Island National Seashore in Corpus Christi last week.

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Roswell UFO Crash Site Will Be Open To The Public SOON

For the first time in 70 years, the site of the infamous Roswell UFO crash will be open to the public.  But will there be enough evidence left for people to see for themselves? Or will this be more of what many consider to be a massive government cover-up?

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Study Shows School Gardens Help to Prevent Nutritional Deficiencies in Children

After receiving data from questionnaires given over a period of three years, the researchers concluded that school gardens do in fact increase the availability of fruits and vegetables at home.

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Illiteracy Leads to Censorship

In terms of substance, and even popularity, the ministers of truth are losing; so they abandon reasoned discourse altogether. They desert this fertile, competitive, and NECESSARY territory. They no longer debate. They ban.

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“Free” College Comes at a Price

Were it not for the subsidized loans and — in the case of public colleges — directly subsidized tuition, the number of students able to afford such degrees would shrink considerably. Colleges would then be left scrambling to cut costs, or simply go out of business. Employers would then adjust accordingly to the available workforce.

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San Diego Parents Pulling Their Kids From School Over Inappropriate Sex-Ed Curriculum

San Diego parents pulled their kids from school and rallied outside the district’s headquarters Tuesday, expressing anger and frustration over a sex-ed curriculum they allege is completely inappropriate for their young children.

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