Archive for the Drugs Category

High In Uruguay, Shrinking Coral Level And Going Down.

Posted in Around The World, Drugs, Environment, Ocean, Science, Social Issues, Technology on 02/10/2012 by 1812

The Uruguayan government has introduced a law that would hand over to them the producing and selling of marijuana to registered users.

A new study shows the Great Barrier Reef’s level of coral cover has dropped from 28% in 1985 to 13% today.

Scientists are planning a $1 billion mission to the Earth’s mantle.

Spanish Spelling Bee, Sanford Underground Research Facility And Listeria Bacteria As A Treatment For Osteosarcoma.

Posted in Animals, Around The World, Children, Competitions, Diseases, Drugs, Health, Language, Science, Space, United States on 30/07/2012 by 1812

This year’s Santillana National Spanish Spelling Bee took 53 rounds to declare a winner.

Scientists are conducting experiments focused on dark matter at the Sanford Underground Research Facility, which is a mile below the earth’s surface.

An experimental treatment using a modified listeria bacteria to treat osteosarcoma is being developed at the University of Pennsylvania.

Truvada, TechGirlz Entrepreneur Summer Camp And Music Monday With The Fratellis.

Posted in Around The World, Children, Diseases, Drugs, Education, Government, Health, Music, Technology on 16/07/2012 by 1812

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first drug for use by those who do not already have HIV – Truvada.

20 girls last week attended the first TechGirlz Entrepreneur Summer Camp in Philadelphia.

The Fratellis – “Acid Jazz Singer”

High Without The Munchies, Francis Gary Powers And V2V.

Posted in Around The World, Automobiles, Awards, Drugs, Medicine, Military, Plants, Technology, United States on 09/06/2012 by 1812

A team of Israeli researchers has developed a THC-free marijuana plant.

Francis Gary Powers‘ will posthumously receive the Silver Star, 50 years after his U-2 spy plane was shot down roughly 1,300 miles inside USSR territory.

3,000 cars, trucks and buses will be tested this summer with vehicle-to-vehicle communication (V2V).

Thomas Price, Heroes Helping Kids With AIDS And Edible Products Providing Pain Relief.

Posted in Achievement, Around The World, Children, Diseases, Drugs, Food And Drink, Health, Non-Profits, Social Issues, United States on 01/06/2012 by 1812

Thomas Price is now among a select group of individuals who have passed the “Master Sommelier” certification, since it was first given in the United States in 1987.

CNN Heroes alumni Marie Da Silva, Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow and Evans Wadongo have joined forces to help AIDS orphans in Malawi.

Dixie Elixirs & Edibles is set to go national with its THC-infused edible products.

16 Ounce Limit, Getting Stoned In Sudan And Experimental Treatment For Cancer.

Posted in Around The World, Crime, Diseases, Drugs, Food And Drink, Health, Law, Social Issues, United States, Women on 31/05/2012 by 1812

A proposal has been put forth by New York Mayor Micheal Bloomberg that would limit to 16 ounces the size of soda drinks that could be sold delis, restaurants, sports arenas and movie theaters.

Denied access to a lawyer and now detained with her four-month-old baby, Intisar Sharif Abdallah has been sentenced to death by stoning for the crime of adultery.

A new class of cancer drugs deliver toxic payloads to cancer cells.

Online Passwords, Paying With Pot And Disabling Stolen Phones.

Posted in Around The World, Business, Cellphones, Drugs, Government, Law, United States on 10/04/2012 by 1812

The state of Maryland has passed a law banning the practice of employers asking employees or applicants for online passwords.

To pay off the town’s debt of nearly $1.5 million, the mayor of Rasquera, Spain wants to rent municipal land to pot farmers.

A central databse is going to be created that will allow major wireless providers to detect when a phone has been reported as stolen and pull the plug on it.


“Hot Heroin,” White-Nose Syndrome And RIP Jim Marshall.

Posted in Animals, Around The World, Drugs, Music, RIP, United States on 05/04/2012 by 1812

Seven people from Cowlitz County, Washington have hot heroin in five days due to “hot heroin.”

Making its way west is the killer of 5.5 million bats in the United States and Canada – White-Nose Syndrome,

British electrical engineer and musician Jim Marshall died today in England at the age of 88.

Mini-Moons, Blue Trees And A Possible End To Drug Tourism.

Posted in Activism, Around The World, Drugs, Science, Space, Trees, United States on 03/04/2012 by 1812

According to an international team of astronomers, Earth has more than one moon.

Australian artist Konstantin Dimopoulosis is coloring some trees in Seattle as a way of bringing attention to deforestation.

If the right-wing coalition government of the Netherlands has its way, coffee shops will no longer be allowed to sell drugs to nonresidents.

Dr. Fill, A New Union And Saying Goodbye To A Friend.

Posted in Animals, Around The World, Computers, Drugs, Entertainment, Social Issues, Technology on 12/03/2012 by 1812

Dr. Fill is a computer program and unofficial competitor in the 35th Annual American Crossword Puzzle Tournament.

According to the International Network of People Who Use Drugs, there is a growing global movement of thousands just like the San Francisco Drug Users Union.

Friends and family have been saying goodbye to Lawrence Anthony, the man credited with saving the Baghdad Zoo after the 2003 American invasion of Iraq.

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