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‘Thank you to my teacher Kim Janzen for spending the last 5 months working tirelessly with me! OVO SOUND’ At the age of 15 Drake prematurely ended his education when he won a role as a disabled former basketball star on the Canadian TV show Degrassi: The Next Generation In an early interview with Complex Music he described how he took the role to support his family ‘My mother was very sick’ he explained ‘We were very poor like broke ‘The only money I had coming in was off of Canadian TV which isn’t that much money when you break it down ‘A season of Canadian television is under a teacher’s salary I’ll tell you that much It’s definitely not something to go f***ing get’ Source: UK Mail Boosters of marijuana legalization often speak about the relative harmlessness of the drug especially when compared to alcohol and tobacco which kill millions of people a year worldwide But while the evidence suggests that pot is less damaging than some other legal drugs the exact effects of marijuana on human health have not been well studied Existing research is often limited in scope and rarely shows a clear causal connection But there have been some worrying findings especially considering the increasing use of marijuana by American adults A paper published this year in Forensic Science International for instance described two rare deaths of young men that were attributed to heart conditions resulting from marijuana use With legalization taking place in Colorado and Washington State more research will now be possible For now here is a tour of what has been documented so far about marijuana’s negative effects 1 It can interfere with learning Marijuana interferes with the brains cannabinoid receptors affecting cognitive functions such as movement memory and emotional control A recent small study found that impairment in working memory occurs immediately after marijuana use Subjects who received a higher dose of THCmarijuanas main active chemicaltook significantly longer to complete immediate recall and mental calculation tasks 2 It can lead to dangerous driving Pot impairs functions key to driving including reaction time hand-eye coordination and depth perception a study by the University of Chicago reported In the first full year after medical marijuana was legalized in Colorado there was a 12% increase in traffic fatalities according to data analysis by researchers at Columbia University However studies have not been able to provide consistent evidence to prove that the effects of marijuana cause an increased rate of collisions According to a different study published in Accident Analysis and Prevention the closest comparison to the culpability of accident when under the influence of marijuana is to a driver who has taken penicillin anti-depressants or an antihistamine which suggests marijuanas effects have a nominal impact on accident risk More research is needed 3 It may harm the developing brain Although a causal connection has yet to be found studies show regular marijuana useonce a week or morecan change the structure of the teenage brain Marijuana affects memory and problem solving abilities both of which can impact academic performance Researchers from the Harvard School of Medicine and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine surveyed a small group between the ages of 18 and 25 and noticed structural abnormalities in the brain specifically in grey matter the nucleus accumbens and the amygdala after recreational marijuana use 4 It could make you panic Marijuana may alleviate anxiety for some but for others it can cause it THC can cause increased heart rate poor coordination or lightheadedness which can be triggers for anxiety attacks Some research suggests that people who frequently use of marijuanaand who started using it as young adultswere more likely to have anxiety disorders or depression Whether cannabis use causes anxiety disorders however is not known 5 It can be addictive One in 10 users exhibits symptoms of dependence according to the American Psychological Association Marijuanas rate of dependence liability of 9% is comparable to that of anti-anxiety medications and is well under the liability rates of alcohol (15%) and tobacco (32%) according to a study by the Institute of Medicine However the reason why some become addicted and others dont remains unclear Genetic studies have suggested that the involvement or lack thereof of CB1 receptors in response to cannabis can influence the likelihood of addiction The receptor gene has been found to have a connection to the development of dependence to drugs and alcohol Studies done on animals suggest that cannabis triggers reward centers in the brain including neurons that produce dopamine which could also encourage continued use 6 It can stress your heart Marijuana-related deaths are so rare as to be treated as mythological by marijuana boosters but a paper published this spring in Forensic Science International does describe the deaths of two healthy men ages 23 and 28 who experienced heart trouble after using marijuana "To our knowledge these are the first cases of suspected fatal cannabis intoxications where full postmortem investigations including autopsy toxicological histological immunohistochemical and genetical examinations were carried out" the authors write The authors surmise that the cardiovascular events were the result of increased heart rate that can happen in some pot smokers particularly in the first hours after using marijuana Nonetheless the authors conclude that the "absolute risk of cannabis-related cardiovascular effects can be considered to be low as the baseline risk for most cannabis smokers is low and cannabis-induced changes are transient" Write to Becca Stanek at [email protected]:FC Goa will look to capitalise on an excellent opportunity and take a step closer to making it to the semi-finals of the Indian Super League when they host ATK at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Wednesday A win for the Gaurs will take them to fourth place with a point’s advantage over Jamshedpur FC FC Goa will be relyingon the league’s top scorer Ferran Corominas to clinch all three points against ATK ISL One of the most entertaining outfits in ISL history Goa will be aiming for nothing less than three points to get their season back on track As for ATK the Kolkata outfit has not managed a win in the last seven matches – six of them being losses The best ATK can do is finish eighth if they win both their matches and the teams below them don’t match their results Although the team doesn’t have injury concerns apart from Ryan Taylor the confidence is certainly low However they have nothing to lose and their assistant coach Bastab Roy said that it would make for a good watching "We don’t have any psychological edge – in fact the situation is not in our favour But it will be a good open match for the spectators" Roy said "This is not the right time to discuss what went wrong That will be done after the season Something is going wrong in the last 15-20 minutes and FC Goa is a well-balanced team and in the run-up for the top fourSo it’s a tough task and we will give our best" he added Meanwhile FC Goa are riding high after beating a strong Pune City side 4-0 Most of their top performers clicked on the night – with Ferran Corominas scoring a brace while Manuel Lanzarote and Hugo Boumous also got on the score-sheet FC Goa head coach Sergio Lobera said: "If we can do it like last time then great – but we have to tick a few boxes to win We have to play good football try and keep a clean sheet and do multiple things right We don’t want to just win in any manner" "We are at a stage where the game tomorrow is very important for us We fought a lot to reach here and at this moment in time (qualification) still lies completely in our hand Hopefully when the two next games are done our fans will be happy that their team will be competing in the semifinals" he addedD. 23, while thanking them for not taking the laws into their hands, claiming the order was from above. and culture." said Bill Blackwell Jr. the BSU resource center’s executive director who grew up knowing Aitken and was impressed that he worked at a college "The work I do is not as hard as the work they had to do because there was no path I get to continue the path and I get to make sure the path is taken care of but those guys created the path They built the road"Aitken who was fluent in Ojibwemowin and held several high cultural honors worked to convince schools such as Duluth’s the importance of Indian education said Rick Smith the Duluth learning resource center’s director"It needed to be taught about in order to bridge that gap between different peoples" Smith saidAnd Aitken was one of only a handful of American Indian professors at UMD where he taught about the lives of 20th Century American Indians and elucidated the differences between western and traditional American Indian psychology which might have different opinions on a patient who reports encounters with spiritsHe left that job to become Leech Lake Tribal College’s first president and the Bezhigoogahbow library there is named after him"Starting out in Indian Education his was a name that you knew automatically" said Ray Burns the tribal college’s president "My career aspirations were built on people like Larry"For decades he chaired a Bemidji-based scholarship committee that helped thousands of American Indian students earn their degreesAitken also delved into K-12 education where he and people like Rosemary Christensen a longtime director of Minneapolis Public Schools’ Indian Education program worked to get Minnesota schools to include more curriculum about American Indian history and culture among other aims "We were colleagues in Indian Country" Christensen saidAnd in Bemidji itself Aitken was instrumental in getting the Bemidji Area Race Relations Council off the ground The council was comprised of tribal law enforcement education and business leaders who worked to smooth over racially charged issues in and around Bemidji—a store manager whose employee followed an American Indian customer for instance might get a visit from some council representatives to try to short-circuit any tension that had arisen"There were a number of flare-ups if you will and it ranged from welfare case situations to a lot of police mishandling Indian people" said Joe Aitken one of Larry Aitken’s younger brothers who remembered Larry outfoxing a clerk who tried to follow him "And boy did he have fun with that He went around in circles and the guy was following him he went around in circles and he backtracked and he caught the guy following him and he questioned him"Joe said he and Larry had a competitive-but-friendly rivalry in golf football and so on and remembered vividly a long-ago day when Larry signed the title on a car Joe had spent an entire summer saving up for"He saved our lives more than once getting into scrapes that we shouldn’t have gotten into" Joe Aitken said of his older brother The only person at BSU Larry couldn’t beat at arm wrestling was a former green beret Joe saidInterviewees up-and-down described Larry Aitken as a kind-hearted and often-hilarious family man who was a gifted and prolific public speaker BSU’s Blackwell and others remembered approaching Aitken with a question that he’d already anticipated and would answer with an illuminating storyAitken also taught at Grand Rapids’ Itasca Community College where he arranged powwows and Anishinaabe quiz bowls"I remember that his classes were always full" said Kathleen Annette a White Earth Nation enrollee and honorary member of Red Lake Nation Annette is the president and CEO of the Blandin Foundation and she and Aitken often spoke at the same events—about say treaty rights—and first met when he was at UMD"The one thing about Larry he was active and committed and so passionate about American Indian culture language issues and for years" Annette saidAitken’s family has scheduled a wake on Friday and Saturday at the Onigum Community Center outside Walker Aitken’s funeral is scheduled there on Monday He’ll be buried across the street from his family homestead on Agency BayPastor Ayo Oritsejafor Considering the state of insecurity and the damage by the Islamic sect President of the Christian Association of Nigeria Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor yesterday advised President Goodluck Jonathan against engaging in dialogue with Boko Haram Oritsejafor described as unfortunate a statement allegedly credited to the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Alhaji Nurudeen Muhammed that Nigeria was the most populated Islamic nation in the world Oritsejafor spoke with journalists at the end of a one-day National Executive Council meeting of CAN in Akure the Ondo State capital He maintained that there was no basis for dialogue with members of the sect since they were still giving tough conditions for such talks He said the Federal Government should rather beam its searchlights on some political and religious leaders who failed to condemn the activities of the sect The cleric said “I don’t know what the dialogue is all about I feel puzzled because these people (Boko Haram) had never hidden their agenda and condition for peace “For instance they called for the resignation of Jonathan or become a Muslim; and they are also demanding the declaration of Sharia in 12 northern states as part of conditions for peace “They are purely Islamic fundamentalists who are enjoying robust supports from some powerful influential and wealthy leaders Discussing with such people would be merely a waste of time” The CAN president also warned against payment of compensation to members of the sect who he described as murderers He said “The whole concept is wrong Why should we compensate murderers To pay money to those who killed innocent souls What happened to the families of their victims Who will take care of the widows and orphans after they had killed their breadwinners” Oritsejafor said before any dialogue could be initiated the Federal Government should insist that all those involved in the act should drop their arms and embrace peace"Having grown up on a farm in central Nebraska, he said. at least three of whom have died.

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