Health News – This man takes medical marijuana for the first time to treat Parkinson’s…the results are incredible

This man takes medical marijuana for the first time to treat Parkinson’s…the results are incredible.

Between 1955-1975, more than 7,000 young men were used as human test subjects for 250+ chemical and biological agents, including lethal nerve agents, tear gas, barbiturates, tranquilizers and narcotics.
These soldiers were put in gas chambers, injected with deadly drugs, confined to padded rooms, forced to inhale hallucinogenic agents pumped through gas masks and were ordered by the US military to remain silent about the unimaginable, criminal cruelty they endured.

Four-year-old Chase Walker-Steven is at the centre of a heartbreaking, and very public, fight for his life.
Unable to walk or talk, Chase suffers with his constant seizures in silence while being pulled in two different directions by those concerned for his health.
It’s the almighty battle between alternative and traditional medicines – but are they helping him? Or killing him?
Alex Cullen’s special report airs Sunday 8.30pm on Channel 7

Radiation emitted from smart meters are 100 times greater than cell phones. http://bit.ly/2jvcJZm

Iceland knows how to stop teen substance abuse but the rest of the world isn’t listening
In Iceland, teenage smoking, drinking and drug use have been radically cut in the past 20 years. Emma Young finds out how they did it, and why other countries won’t follow suit.
17 January 2017
It’s a little before three on a sunny Friday afternoon and Laugardalur Park, near central Reykjavik, looks practically deserted. There’s an occasional adult with a pushchair, but the park’s surrounded by apartment blocks and houses, and school’s out – so where are all the kids?
Walking with me are Gudberg Jónsson, a local psychologist, and Harvey Milkman, an American psychology professor who teaches for part of the year at Reykjavik University. Twenty years ago, says Gudberg, Icelandic teens were among the heaviest-drinking youths in Europe. “You couldn’t walk the streets in downtown Reykjavik on a Friday night because it felt unsafe,” adds Milkman. “There were hordes of teenagers getting in-your-face drunk.”
We approach a large building. “And here we have the indoor skating,” says Gudberg.

Portugal decriminalized minor possession of all drugs 16 years ago, and the effects on addiction are incredible.

 

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