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Cruise Captain Says He 'Tripped' Into Lifeboat, Couldn't Get Out The captain of the Italian cruise ship gave a slapstick explanation of how he ended up safely in a lifeboat instead of going down with his ship, saying he tripped and fell into the boat as it was being lowered into the sea, Italian media reported today. "I had no intention of escaping," Francesco Schettino, 52, said during his first court hearing Tuesday, according to Italy's Corriere della Sera newspaper. "I was helping some passengers put the life boat to sea. Men Men's graphic tees, hoodies, jeans, and more - on sale everyday - at the biggest discounts around! Plus, FREE shipping over $50! Special Price: $24.90 Special Price: $6.90 Special Price: $9.90 Facebook: Friends' Happy Pictures Make You Sad? There are plenty of reasons to feel down in today's fast-paced, hectic world, and you wouldn't think that the world's most popular social networking site would be one of them. But that's exactly what a new study by Utah Valley University has found.
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Why Gay Parents May Be the Best Parents Gay marriage, and especially gay parenting, has been in the cross hairs in recent days. On Jan. 6, Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum told a New Hampshire audience that children are better off with a father in prison than being raised in a home with lesbian parents and no father at all. And last Monday (Jan. 9), Pope Benedict called gay marriage a threat "to the future of humanity itself," citing the need for children to have heterosexual homes. But research on families headed by gays and lesbians doesn't back up these dire assertions.
Internet Addiction: Test to See if You're Addicted The question as you read this article is: Are you one of the addicted? Scientists scanned the brains of 17 Internet-addicted adolescents and found compared with controls, their addicted brains had changes in the white matter of the brain that is involved in attention, decision making, cognition and emotions. The research could help develop treatments of Internet addiction that affects an estimated 10 to 15 percent of Internet users. The findings suggest that white matter integrity may serve as a potential new treatment target in internet addiction disorder, the authors conclude in their study. The online journal Public Library of Science One published the research Wednesday.
Marijuana research could yield prescribed drugs By The Associated Press, cbc.ca, Updated: January 23, 2012 9:55 AM A quarter-century after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first prescription drugs based on the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, additional medicines derived from or inspired by the cannabis plant itself could soon be making their way to pharmacy shelves, according to drug companies, small biotech firms and university scientists. A British company, GW Pharma, is in advanced clinical trials for the world's first pharmaceutical developed from raw marijuana instead of synthetic equivalents — a mouth spray it hopes to market in the U.S. as a treatment for cancer pain. And it hopes to see FDA approval by the end of 2013. Sativex contains marijuana's two best known components — delta 9-THC and cannabidiol — and already has been approved in Canada, New Zealand and eight European countries for a different usage, relieving muscle spasms associated with multiple sclerosis.