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How to Get a Medical Marijuanas Card in Michigan Online

Michigan has been a state known for legalizing the use of medical marijuana for registered patients, which has significantly improved the quality of life for many suffering from chronic conditions. The process of getting a medical marijuana card in Michigan is now even easier thanks to the online services offered by MMJ.com. The process is […]

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Navigating the Landscape of Affordable Health Insurance

In the complex realm of healthcare, finding cheap health insurance can be a daunting task. As individuals grapple with the intricacies of coverage options, it’s essential to unravel the nuances of this financial safeguard. In this article, we’ll embark on a journey through the labyrinth of healthcare plans, dissecting the elements that define affordability and

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Barchester Healthcare Health & Safety Team response to Covid-19 – RoSPA Workplace Safety Blog

Continuity Planning? Thinking back to Monday 16th March 2020 I remember getting up early. I was due to visit one of our homes in Tewkesbury. I was just about to leave the house when an email landed from a senior Director telling us all to ‘Hold’ all visits and be ready for a conference call

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Lack of sleep may reduce cognitive benefits of physical activity

Share on PinterestLack of sleep may reduce the cognitive benefits of physical activity, study finds. Luke Mattson/Stocksy Researchers looked at cognitive function over 10 years in 8,958 people aged 50 and older in England. The study found people who slept between 6 and 8 hours per night and were engaged in higher levels of physical

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Does aspartame pose a health risk? Here’s what the science says.

Comment on this storyComments Aspartame, an ingredient in soft drinks such as Diet Coke and Diet Pepsi, has long been one of the world’s most popular artificial sweeteners. Now a World Health Organization committee has declared that it’s a potential carcinogen. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced its findings today after reviewing

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6 foods linked to lower risk, mortality

Share on PinterestCertain food groups may be associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Alessandra Desole/Stocksy Researchers investigated the impact of different food groups on cardiovascular health. They found that diets rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, whole-fat dairy, and fish were linked to lower cardiovascular risk. Further studies are needed to understand how

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Gemma Atkinson breaks silence after announcing the birth of a baby boy

Gemma Atkinson delighted fans with the news that she was safely welcomed this week, and now the doting mum has broken her silence since her little one has arrived. Taking to her Instagram account the mother-of-two issued a heartfelt thank you to the NHS staff who looked after her and her daughter Mia whilst she

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