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  • Cannabis Products Market Study Based on Shares, Current Opportunities with Future Growth Scenario by 2033
    According to the Regional Research Reports, the global cannabis products market size is estimated to grow from a million USD in 2022 to reach multi-million USD by 2033 at a CAGR of 23.1% from 2023 to 2033. The cannabis products market has experienced significant growth and transformation in recent years, with the legalization of cannabis for medical and recreational use in various regions. This...
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  • CBD Hemp Oil Market Momentum: Anticipated 16.5% CAGR by 2029
    CBD Hemp Oil Market Report Overview: The landscape of the CBD Hemp Oil Market is in constant flux, propelled by advancements in technology, shifts in consumer preferences, and the ever-changing dynamics of the market itself. Navigating through these intricacies requires businesses to have access to comprehensive market intelligence to make well-informed decisions and maintain a competitive...
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  • Cepeda, Hall of Famer and ’67 NL MVP, dies at 86
    ESPN News Services Jun 28, 2024, 11:54 PM ET SAN FRANCISCO — Orlando Cepeda, the slugging first baseman nicknamed “Baby Bull” who became a Hall of Famer among the early Puerto Ricans to star in the major leagues, has died. He was 86. The San Francisco Giants and his family announced the death Friday night, and a moment of silence was noted on the scoreboard at Oracle...
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  • Chiefs lineman Buggs again arrested in Alabama
    ESPN News Services Jun 16, 2024, 02:15 PM ET Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs has been arrested for the second time in a month after he was booked on a domestic violence/burglary charge in Alabama on Sunday morning and released, according to online records. Tuscaloosa County jail records show Buggs was released on $5,000 bond. No further details about the arrest were...
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  • Heart Disease Is a Leading Killer of Women. Why Are Doctors So Bad at Diagnosing It?
    In May 2019, six months after a 35-year-old Marian Dancy gave birth to her second child, she became strangely ill. Her symptoms started as general fatigue and swelling in her legs and ankles, which she chalked up to being a tired postpartum mom, always on her feet. But a few months later she started to experience unexpected vision loss, prompting Dancy to book an appointment with a physician....
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  • Heart Disease Is a Leading Killer of Women. Why Are Doctors So Bad at Diagnosing It?
    In May 2019, six months after a 35-year-old Marian Dancy gave birth to her second child, she became strangely ill. Her symptoms started as general fatigue and swelling in her legs and ankles, which she chalked up to being a tired postpartum mom, always on her feet. But a few months later she started to experience unexpected vision loss, prompting Dancy to book an appointment with a physician....
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  • New Research Links Frequent Marijuana Use to Heart Disease
    Researchers caution that cannabis use is not without risk. People who used marijuana daily were found to be about one-third more likely to develop coronary artery disease (CAD) compared with people who have never used the drug, according to a study that will be presented at the American College of Cardiology’s Annual Scientific Session Together With the World Congress of Cardiology.        As...
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