The Last of the Drifters

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VRG: ‘Afraid To Love’

We sat down with musician VRG to talk about his latest release ‘Afraid To Love’, which releases November 22nd, and his process on creating the music we grow with.

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Breast Implants: What To Know

Implants What can define Breast Implant Illness (BII)? BII is a term that describes a variety of illnesses. Illnesses associated with breast implants. Also, women who have breast implants, self-identify

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Breast Implants: What To Know

Implants What can define Breast Implant Illness (BII)? BII is a term that describes a variety of illnesses. Illnesses associated with breast implants. Also, women who have breast implants, self-identify as having illnesses occurring due to breast implants. There is a link between breast implants and systemic disease. Although many studies overlook the issue; it still persists and is now labeled as ‘’breast implant illness’’. The upsurge in the number of patients with BII has been rising. Mainly communicated via social media. Causes The immune system is stimulated by an adjuvant (nonspecific stimulating agent), which acts by increasing the response

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[via nowbali.co.id]

How To Collaborate With Other Musicians

When collaborating, prepare yourself ahead of time, avoid trying to do too much in one session. Before collaborating, it’s important to be prepared mentally. If it’s your first time in the studio with someone get educated. It’s helpful to know the proper etiquette for their studio. In some cases, the studio can only accommodate a certain number of people. So if you are bringing a guest or more you can make sure you are comfortable. Also, it’s important to know how much time you have. Take advantage of it and avoid unnecessary distractions. Knowing the exact reason you are in

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[via Leafly]

Choosing The Right Strain of Weed For You

Cannabis, you may be aware that there are many strains out there like Sativa, Indica, and hybrid. But how do you know what is the right strain for you? Or the benefits of each strain? We will be talking about what each strain is and what the benefits/side effects are to better suit your needs. Sativa The Sativa strain is known for its uplifting cerebral effects making you feel awake. They make you feel ready to start your day. The Sativa strain does have many mental health benefits. From helping relieve, depression, headaches, ADHD, anxiety (quieting the mind from mind

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Diabetes and Income

The Evidence: Diabetes and Income Income inequality in the US has recently increased dramatically. Poverty is a great contributor to death and diseases, so are nonclinical factors such as education, employment, race, ethnicity, and geography that influence health outcomes. Although income inequality exacerbates health disparities, poor health also contributes to reduced income, creates a negative feedback loop also referred to as health-poverty trap. Basically, low-income Americans have high rates of physical limitations and heart diseases, diabetes, stroke, and other chronic conditions. This is for the fact that low-income Americans face greater barriers to accessing medical care compared to higher-income earners

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Explained: Gender Pay Gap and Athletes

The pay gap between female athletes and males athletes explained The pay gap between woman and men athletes has become a point of conversation more recently. Forbes released their annual look at the highest-paid athletes last month. The pay rate by sports comparison really explains the vast contrast amongst men and woman. When looking at the highest-paid athletes we quickly realize that although wages are not comparable on a sport to sport base. An example would be the NBA average salary of $37.4 million to the WNBA bleak $117,500. Most of our highest-paid athletes in the country are men while

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Proposition 64 Threatens Legalized Marijuana

Strict legislations and Proposition 64 are threatening and changing the California legal weed industry. Proposition 64 was seen as a big step by many and set a tone of an optimistic future in cannabis. Proposition 64 is California’s Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act. It was passed in November of 2016. This meant once-felonious penalties for possession or cultivation of cannabis were drastically reduced to misdemeanors and or infractions. Once sales started in early 2018 the state was optimistic. By summer the state projected a $630 million windfall from taxes and licensing fees. Looking back a year

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China Made An Artificial Star 6 Times Hotter Than The Sun

Star and Nuclear Fusion A man made star, let’s imagine for a second that we could replace fossil fuels with our very own stars. And no, we’re not talking about solar power. We’re talking about nuclear fusion. And right now China is working on a fusion reactor that is 6 times hotter than the sun.

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[Hitler & Morell via History.com]

The Drugs That Fueled Nazi Germany

Drug Use Within The Nazis’ Regime We all either know someone or have seen and heard of someone addicted to a drug. Some drugs have unknown origins and others have very obvious histories. For example, methamphetamine, better known as crystal meth. Meth is not only a popular drug of choice in the 21st century but it traces back to the early 1940s. Methamphetamine was distributed by the millions in pill form to the Wehrmacht troops before the extreme invasion of France in 1940. A drug developed by The Temmler Pharmaceutical Company, based in Berlin, Pervitin. Pervitin was first introduced in

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[Photographed at The International Genome Editing Summit in Hong Kong]

Update: Gene Editing Scientist Now Missing

Science, Gene Editing & Missing Persons. Gene editing, Ok, we literally just reported in regards to a Chinese scientist He Jiankui. “He” claimed to have altered the genes in babies removing the possibility to contract HIV. Why are we reporting on this again in such a short period of time? It seems the scientist has gone missing. Read More: Chinese research and gene editing There are some thoughts that “He” might be in house arrest in China. This has not been confirmed. He was last seen at The International Summit On Human Genome Editing in Hong Kong prior to his absence. He

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Researchers in China Turn Focus to Gene Editing

Chinese research and gene editing. We know a Chinese researcher now has claimed to have led a team of scientist that genetically modified the genes in several embryos; now have a successful pregnancy. News also surfaced that this Chinese researcher and an American professor are under investigation. “He Jiankui” is an associate professor at Shenzhen’s Southern University of Science and Technology of China. He revealed his gene editing work on Monday. The professor told Associated Press that he altered the DNA of twins born this month. He also claimed editing genes with 7 other couples during fertility treatment. Shenzhen University

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