Most bacteria are, like people, “either good or simply present.” — The Belly Button Diversity Project The Human Microbiome Project identified many of the microorganisms found in the human body revealing that, because we each have unique experiences in varied environments, we each have a unique microbiomic fingerprint. It is constantly changing its composition to […]
Conducting a Root Cause Analysis on the contentious abortion issue led to seven sustainable solutions that could make abortion a rare occurrence.
Trichomoniasis is the most common non-viral STI in the U.S. An estimated 4 to 8 million people already have it and over 1 million new infections are diagnosed every year. Eighty-five per cent of women found to have trichomoniasis report no symptoms. When I was in college, I had a boyfriend I’ll call Buzz. Fun […]
Screwy sperm My house sits up on a bluff across the creek from a popular “put in” spot for kayakers. A picture with my house incidentally in the background once graced the cover of Kayaking Magazine! From my vantage point, I can watch the boaters as they navigate the rocks and the bridge pylons where […]
Women and Weed: Findings from Formerly Forbidden Research – Part 2. Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Insomnia
Pregnancy The use of cannabis is most frequent in women between the ages of 20 and 30. This corresponds to the peak childbearing years. Since the potency of cannabis has increased and, with legalization, so has consumption of cannabis, there is increased cause for concern about the safety of using marijuana during pregnancy. One of […]
Part 1. Differences in Men and Women and Weed Current legal status U.S. First banned for use in the 1937 Marijuana Tax Act, cannabis remains under the regulation of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) under Schedule I of the Controlled Substance Act of 1970 (with amendments through 2017). Drugs under Schedule I, by definition have […]