Ahhh… If we could only return to those wonderful fall days at Eaton and the pitch. But time marches on, and we are reduced to remembering our athletic glories of yesteryear by placing a few Euros down at our local pub. This might just help you a bit:
Denver Broncos -4 over the Ravens.
Kansas City -3 over Arizona.
Giants -4 and under 42.5 versus the Washington Redskins.
Best of Luck.
In our continuing effort to keep our readers the best informed lawyers in Miami, we routinely scour all sorts of journals to find articles we believe are relevant. This one, which can be found on WEBMD caught our eye:
Oct. 6, 2006 :
THC, the key compound in marijuana, may also be the key to new drugs for Alzheimer's disease.
That's because the marijuana compound blocks the formation of brain-clogging Alzheimer's plaques better than current Alzheimer's drugs.
"While we are certainly not advocating the use of illegal drugs, these findings offer convincing evidence that THC possesses remarkable inhibitory qualities, especially when compared to [Alzheimer's drugs] currently available to patients," Janda says in a news release.
"Although our study is far from final, it does show that there is a previously unrecognized molecular mechanism through which THC may directly affect the progression of Alzheimer's disease."
The findings appear in the Aug. 9 online edition of the journal Molecular Pharmaceutics, a publication of the American Chemical Society.