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Science -- October 21, 2022: Opioids have a similar pain-relieving effect to new medicines that stimulate adrenalin receptors rather than opioid receptors, but without the drawbacks like respiratory depression and addiction.

Science -- July 29, 2022: Clinical staff can view a patient's internal organs in real time thanks to ultrasound imaging,
a safe and non-invasive window into the workings of the human body.

United States -- July 18, 2022: Between January 2021 and January 2022, the CDC estimates that more than 107,000 Americans will have died from drug overdoses.

Washington -- July 14, 2022:  Mary McLeoud Bethune born in Mayesville, South Carolina, on July 10, 1875, as the first member of her family to be born free. A statue of her was placed in the National Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol,

Health -- July 1, 2022: According to a new analysis by KFF researchers, between 5.3 million and 14.2 million low-income people could lose their Medicaid coverage if the public health emergency ends

Science News -- June 23, 2022: Researchers from Baylor College of Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine, and partner institutions have identified a chemical in the blood that is created during exercise

Science -- June 14, 2022: Minecraft, the highest-selling video game of all time, is not highly regarded by the gaming elite, despite its immense popularity. The aesthetics are blocky, and it serves no use. It is intended for children.

A terrifying experience is certainly something you will never forget. But why does it remain in your mind while other events become progressively harder to recollect as time passes?

News -- June 6, 2022: On May 24, 2022, Salvador Ramos, then 18 years old, fatally shot nineteen pupils and two instructors at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, and injured seventeen others.

Science News -- June 2, 2022 The American Heart Association's Life's Simple 7 cardiovascular and brain health elements are: getting active, eating well, losing weight, avoiding smoking, maintaining a healthy blood pressure,

Science -- May 21, 2022: Scent detecting canines can be taught to identify individuals with a coronavirus infection from skin swabs, according to a recent study from the University of Helsinki.



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