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A new study from the researchers of Syracuse University has found the role of CBD in pain management. The study found that CBD may help relieve pain due to a combination of its pharmacological effects and the patient’s expectancy of pain relief.
A new study from the researchers of the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University has found that an intranasal vaccine is highly effective at boosting immune response and offering great protection against the flu virus and its different strains.
A new study has shown that the baby’s first stool, called meconium, could help reveal whether or not a child will develop allergies within a year. The study researchers found that if meconium contains a lesser amount of key molecules, the child is at greater risk of developing allergies.
Salbutamol inhaler for asthma is used as a reliever inhaler, which provides quick relief from the symptoms of asthma such as wheezing, coughing, and breathlessness. Generic salbutamol inhaler for asthma is nearly 50% cheaper than its branded version Ventolin inhaler.
A new study has found that a fitness game called Exergame helped dementia patients to improve their overall cognitive function as well as physical abilities. The game, developed by ETH researchers in Zurich, could help boost cognition and other skills in patients with dementia.
Carla Oates, the founder of The Beauty Chef, has written an article published on Body and Soul, offering a few important tips on how to detoxify your body within five days. She says her tips would boost the body’s natural detoxification process, keeping you lean and clean.
Most leaders in the United States are against the issuing of a vaccine passport – a certification of proof of inoculation. They say that the idea of a vaccine passport could cause consequences in near future, as it affects people’s freedom. However, some see a vaccine passport as a beneficial step.

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