Science Identifies Dog Breeds Most Likely To Bite
A new study out of The Ohio State University College of Medicine and The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center that found that pit bulls and mixed breed dogs have the highest risk of biting and also cause the most damage per bite.
U.W. Expert Shares Latest Science on Marijuana and Youth
Research has shown that people are more likely to develop addictions if they start using drugs at a young age with some research showing one out of every six people who start using marijuana before age 18 will develop a marijuana use disorder such as problems with problem-solving skills, attention a…
The Nose Knows and Can Predict an Early Demise!
According to a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, scientists found older adults with a poor sense of smell had a near 50 percent higher risk of dying within ten years and a 30 percent had a higher risk of death after 13 years.

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