Sarah Margaret Borger

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Is This The First $5 Billion Marijuana Company?

With a sprawling 10-acre maximum-security compound in Canada, a company that sells vitamins and nutritional supplements aims to sell an even better natural remedy.<p>The conventionally held wisdom is that large tobacco companies are poised to benefit the most from widespread marijuana legalization. …

Cannabis

Steve Martin and Carl Sagan inspired Bill Nye's 'Science Guy' character

Few scientists have captured the imagination of children like Bill Nye. In a new short for NOVA's <i>Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers</i>, Nye discusses the comedic and scientific inspirations behind his popular 90s PBS Kids show <i>Bill Nye the Science Guy.</i> After winning a Steve Martin lookalike …

Freud was a pioneering neuroscientist

Before gaining worldwide recognition as the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud made an important contribution to early modern neuroscience<p>Penis envy. Repression. Libido. Ego. Few have left a legacy as enduring and pervasive as Sigmund Freud. Despite being dismissed long ago as …

Plank position for beginners

We all know plank position is good for us. But. Um. What if you lack the core strength needed to suck in the gut and engage the back, glutes and quad muscles — all while balancing between your toes and elbows?<p>Answer: You slowly and carefully work your way up to it, says fitness expert Tosca Reno, …

Birth weight is strongly affected by the mother's own diet as a child

A pregnant woman's diet may have much less effect on her baby's health than what she ate in her own childhood<p>A woman's diet in early life has more impact on her baby's birth weight than the food she eats as an adult, researchers say.<p>The surprise finding suggests that you are what your mother ate, …