In this video clip, Dr. Peter Landless, Director of the Health Ministries Department at the headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist church comments on a recent report from the World Health Organization. After a careful review of the accumulated data, the International Agency for Research on Cancer has classified processed meat as carcinogenic to humans based on sufficient evidence, and red meat as probably carcinogenic to humans based on limited evidence.
Andrews University officially launched its new University Health & Wellness initiative on Wednesday, September 23, built on the principle and Andrews core strength of Live Wholly. This new initiative is ongoing and includes the development and construction of a Health & Wellness Center, currently still in planning stages.
Smoking high-potency cannabis (marijuana) may increase psychosis by five fold. Researchers have found frequent use of this 'skunk' cannabis may structurally interfere with communication between the two brain hemispheres, impacting creativity and cognitive performance. Their findings suggest the more cannabis smoked and the higher the potency, the greater the damage will be. Research is ongoing, but with major increases in cannabis potency world-wide, there is an urgent need to recognize these risks.
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