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Public health official in Nan inspects cannabis oil’s side effects

Bangkok - A public health official in Nan province yesterday inspected cannabis oil, which reportedly caused muscular spasms and numbing in a user. Authorities have warned villagers about the oil which might cause such side effects.

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World News

Cyclone Vayu poised to hit India as year's 2nd major storm

A waves crashes as people stand on boats on the Arabian Sea coast in Veraval, Gujarat, India, Wednesday, June 12, 2019. (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)

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 Health & Wellbeing

Drugs make headway against lung, breast, prostate cancers

Chicago (AP) — Newer drugs are substantially improving the chances of survival for some people with hard-to-treat forms of lung, breast and prostate cancer, doctors reported at the world's largest cancer conference.

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World Sports

Blues win 1st Stanley Cup, beating Bruins 4-1

Boston (AP) — Ryan O'Reilly scored for the fourth straight game and rookie Jordan Binnington stopped 32 shots in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday night to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 4-1 victory over the Boston Bruins and their first NHL championship.

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 Automania

Flying to work

Los Angeles (AP) — Will hydrogen-powered electric flying vehicles someday serve as taxis, cargo carriers and ambulances of the sky, but wait, as experts say they will have to clear a number of regulatory hurdles before being approved for takeoff years in the future.

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 Odds & Ends

Lift those knees: Babies crawl to the Lithuanian finish line

Vilnius, Lithuania (AP) — In Lithuania, the rat race of life apparently starts early. Twenty-five babies have taken to the red carpet in Lithuania in a crawling race as their parents, grandparents and onlookers cheered the spectacle.

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Book Review

'Chasing the Moon' takes a look at the history of rocketry

This companion book by Robert Stone and Alan Andres to the upcoming PBS film showcases well-known individuals and some forgotten names that were just as essential in keeping the dream of sending a man into outer space.

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 SNAP SHOTS

Do you want to upsize this?

Size matters! Never mind what you previously read about this in women’s magazines – but size does matter - in photography. Even more than the upsize does at the take-away.

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 Classical Connections

Science friction

One day when I was still at high school in The Old Country, I was summoned to the Headmaster’s study.  He was seated behind an over-sized desk in a small and dingy room.  “Ah, Kaye”, he announced as I tentatively walked in.  I could tell from his icy tone that this was not going to be Good News Day.

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  Mott the Dog

Black Sabbath: ‘Master Of Reality’

Black Sabbath released their third long-playing record “Master of Reality” in 1971 to much acclaim and controversy. It was hailed in some quarters as the birth of Doom Metal, Stoner Rock or my favorite, Sludge Metal. In other circles it was derided as drivel, not to be taken at all seriously and a fad by these talentless musicians that would be quickly forgotten.

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Thailand News
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DMS dismisses claim that microwaves more dangerous than atomic bombs

Bangkok - The Department of Medical Sciences (DMS) says information indicating that microwave ovens are more dangerous than atomic bombs is not true as the mechanism of operation to channel heat energy directly to molecules inside food does not cause harmful radiation.

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Arts - Entertainment

The X-Men struggle to the end in ‘Dark Phoenix’

 

Los Angeles (AP) - The good news is “Dark Phoenix” is neither an apocalypse nor is it “X-Men: Apocalypse,” but this latest installment is not exactly a solid step forward or a satisfying ending for anyone.

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Science & Technology

Report: NASA's major projects busting budgets, schedules

 

Cape Canaveral, Fla. (AP) — NASA's major projects are busting budgets and schedules like never before, according to a congressional watchdog agency.

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