City of Albuquerque Department of Senior Affairs and the New Mexico Senior Olympics Host Senior Basketball Clinic & Fitness Workshop Today

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Despite Increasing Threats And Violence, Americans Show Support For Muslim Neighbors

A professor of theology wrote that interfaith efforts in support of Muslims throughout the country “are shining lights into the darkness being spread by anti-Muslim fear-mongering.” Continue reading

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Study Confirms Marijuana Extract Obliterates Seizures In Epileptic Children

The findings of this study add to the growing body of evidence that cannabidiol (CBD), a non-psychoactive extract of cannabis, can provide the best option for treatment-resistant epilepsy. Continue reading

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That’s Nuts!: Thailand’s Newest Power Plant Runs On Coconut Waste

Currently, almost two-thirds of Europe’s renewable energy comes from burning biomass, and the industry employs almost half a million workers. Continue reading

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Oil Giant Shielded From War Crimes Charges By US Supreme Court

The oil giant Occidental and the security contractor AirScan faced a lawsuit stemming from their role in the 1998 cluster bombing of a Colombian village, Continue reading

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Bureaucratic Hurdles & Spotty Access To Medicinal Cannabis Gives Rise To ‘Cannabis Refugees’

“I tried to everything I could while in Alabama, but now that we are here [in California] it’s much better and we have a support system,” the mother of a daughter with epilepsy tells MintPress of their decision to pack their bags and head to a state where medicinal cannabis is available. Continue reading

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