History - Page 2
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Research on the medical uses of cannabis was still restricted in the late 1980s and early 1990s, both in the United States and internationally. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) was mostly in charge of research at the time, and it was funding studies to learn more about the harmful effects of THC and cannabis. Only one grow house at the University of Mississippi provided medical-grade cannabis for research purposes which was the brain behind the medical legalization of cannabis.
The United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) secretly conducted a human testing program known as "MKUltra". The purpose of the studies was to find substances like LSD and create techniques that could be used in interrogations to weaken people and extract confessions via brainwashing and psychological torture.
This article provides a quick review of the antibiotic era, from the discovery of the first antibiotics to the current situation, which is characterized by the emergence of difficult-to-treat multidrug-resistant illnesses. The development of novel strategies in the search for new antimicrobials, the design of more effective preventive measures, and, most importantly, a better understanding of the ecology of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance are all discussed as possible responses to the antibiotic resistance challenges.
Open access movement traces its origins as far back as the 1950s when the Letterist International (LI) published a newspaper called Potlatch that made everything available to the public. Guy Debord wrote to Patrick Straram when the LI and the Situationist International joined to become the Situationist International.
The atmospheric circulation over South America and the surrounding waters is a primary cause of the weather and hydroclimate of the Andes.