Aspirin is a versatile, over-the-counter drug that is both inexpensive and a veteran in the class of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). The benefits of Aspirin include its anti-clotting action and preventive properties. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends low-dose Aspirin for at-risk adults to prevent heart disease, stroke, pregnancy complications, and colorectal cancer. History of Aspirin Aspirin is made from salicylic acid, an organic … Continue reading The Scoop on Aspirin
Cops and experts are warning Americans that the drug crack is back on the streets and has returned in levels not seen in decades. Police Warn that Crack is Back on the Streets of America Cops and prosecutors told The Post that a record influx of Colombian cocaine has spurred the return of crack — the cheap, smokable scourge that sparked a crime wave in New … Continue reading Warning: Crack is Back
Americans were told by Mexico’s President Obrador that the United States’ fentanyl problem is caused by a lack of hugs and brotherhood. Mexican President Defends His Country According to the AP, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who has faced criticism following the kidnapping of four Americans during a medical visit to Mexico, partly attributed the incident to U.S. family values, stating that parents do not … Continue reading Mexico’s President Claims Fentanyl Crisis Caused By ‘Lack Of Hugs’
Mexican cartels are crossing the United States border in record numbers, causing violence. The GOP believes Biden is to blame. Mexican Cartels Threat to the U.S. On Sunday, the FBI announced that four Americans were kidnapped in Mexico after crossing the border from Texas, sparking concerns among Republicans about the increasing danger posed by Mexican cartels to the United States. The individuals were last seen … Continue reading ‘Cartels Couldn’t Ask For a Better Partner in Crime than’ Biden
Two young girls asked strangers at night where the police station was, so they could report their abusive parents. Young Girls Report Abuse Two people in Indiana are facing a long list of drug and neglect charges after police said two young girls sought them out to report their own abuse. Authorities said two girls were seen walking around downtown Mt. Vernon Tuesday night asking … Continue reading Young Girls Gets Lost On Way to Report Parents to Police
A 13-year-old male student at Chipman Junior High School brought 150 fentanyl pills to school with the intent to sell. Teen Gets Arrested for Fentanyl Around 9:05 am last Friday, September 9th, the Bakersfield Police Department arrested a 13-year-old student at Chipman Junior High School in Bakersfield, California, for bringing 150 fentanyl pills to school. The student caused a school supervisor to overdose, according to … Continue reading Supervisor Overdoses After Catching Boy With 150 Fentanyl Pills at School!
A systematic umbrella review by the University College London found that depression isn’t actually contributed to a chemical imbalance in the brain. This leaves many people wondering why are they taking antidepressants? What Is An Umbrella Review? A major review of existing studies by University College London (UCL) has shown “no clear evidence” that depression is caused by serotonin levels or activity, led by Professor … Continue reading Breaking: Study Shows Depression Isn’t A Chemical Imbalance