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Five Picnics and Parks in DeSoto County, Mississippi.

Looking for a great place to enjoy a good meal outdoors at the top of Mississippi? Here are five parks to consider - along with great eats you can easily and safely pick up and enjoy. Keep reading the story »Copyright 2007 - 2020 by Kat Robinson. Autho...

East Pole Journal V. II, No.4: Nuthatches

Notice it has a seed in its beak. This year I realized an interesting facet of bird behavior. It has been in front of me for as long as I have been coming to the East Pole, I simply never noticed it before. It’s mysterious.     Ever...

Tilray-Aphria Merger Spawns Big Cannabis

<p>In the recent past, buying weed meant meeting a friend of a friend in the back-parking lot of a supermarket only to be left waiting for hours, hoping your herbs would arrive. But now things are changing with the option to buy publicly traded, NASDAQ stock of a multi-billion-dollar Canadian pot conglomerate. Tilray and Aphria, […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.thecannifornian.com/cannabis-news/tilray-aphira-merger/">Tilray-Aphria Merger Spawns Big Cannabis</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.thecannifornian.com/">The Cannifornian</a>.</p>

PEACE OUT 2020

I succumbed to the Top Nine trend after telling myself I wasn’t going to.  It was fun to see a bunch of family pictures show up – and a lot of “big” moments pop up too:  Sheff’s first day of kindergarten, Sheff turning five, my 36th birthday in Atlanta in January before all of this […]

2020 Book List

This year I had made a goal to read 30 books, and while I didn’t quite hit it (oh hey #2020) I read a lot of good ones! I also watched some great series on Netflix (Gossip Girl, You, Emily In Paris, and Ratched) and have the accompanying books to...

2020 Book List

This year I had made a goal to read 30 books, and while I didn’t quite hit it (oh hey #2020) I read a lot of good ones! I also watched some great series on Netflix (Gossip Girl, You, Emily In Paris, and Ratched) and have the accompanying books to...

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome – Babies Born Addicts

Pregnant women who use substances regularly (both drugs and alcohol) may deliver newborn babies who are born dependent on the same substances as their mother, because substances are passed between mother and baby through their umbilical chord. This also can affect the growth and development of the fetus, along with causing issues that will affect them throughout their later life. Find out all you need to know about NAS and more, including treatment options and help and support for those who may be/are or wanting to become pregnant, but are substance dependent or on a MAT program.

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin Positive For COVID-19

In a December 30th tweet, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin tweeted that he has tested positive for COVID-19, saying that it had “made its way to my doorstep.” “COVID-19 has made its way to my doorstep. I’ve tested positive but my symptoms are currently mild. Remember,...

Happy New year

Happy New year. What a year it’s been. I was reading the blog I wrote last year about New years and what I hoped for this year. Much of it was unprecedable but one thing did come true. I got my dream job working as an Early childhood educator in Kindergarten. I’ve been so blessed … <p><a href="https://beauty-from-ashes.ca/2020/12/30/happy-new-year/" class="more-link">Continue reading <span class="screen-reader-text">Happy New year</span></a></p>

Controversial Thoughts About Addiction

Finding verifiable information about addiction science has never been easier, yet myths, stigmas, and controversial thoughts about it remain in play. We take a closer look at the two most prominent misconceptions. The Deep Roots of Morality On one hand...
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