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Kush, according to the online Urban Dictionary, is a good to high-quality weed, so people naturally assume that Kush Boys Worldwide, the eco-friendly producer of marijuana-free lifestyle products, is selling medical marijuana. But, although Kush Boys Worldwide embraces people who associate themselves with the so called cannabis culture, the company is not directly associated with dispensaries or the sale of medical marijuana.
Kush Boys Worldwide is an innovative company with a mission to incorporate environmentally and culturally savvy business habits into their evolving brand of products. The company recently announced the highly anticipated launch of Kush Boys Worldwide lifestyle products, including the long-awaited animation Master Kush, an eco-friendly apparel line called KCLA, a hemp drink called Chronic Ice, and the natural male enhancer SirRock.
Kush Boys Worldwide is a lifestyle brand. Our demographic isnt just the cannabis culture or any other box people try to stuff other people into, said Mike, co-founder of Kush Boys Worldwide. We are creating a brand new buzz that brings people of all different races and lifestyles together. We call our hard-to-define demographic the new-age pop culture.
At present, the most controversial element of Kush Boys Worldwides brand is their cartoon character Master Kush, the companys superhero whose alias is a tongue-in-cheek double entendre for the cannabis cultures Godfather nomenclature. Master Kush, voiced by Tommy Chong, is a retired internationally famous martial arts legend and movie star whose attempts to live the simple life of a gardener are continually foiled by the evil Illuminazi Central Union. But even with Tommy Chong playing the voice of Master Kush, there is no blatant marijuana use in the series.
The producers created the series to give the cannabis culture a new kind of hero. When we first brainstormed the idea of Master Kush many years ago, we thought only a few marijuana farmers up in Humboldt or Mendocino would get the inside jokes. Weve sat back and watched the term Kush become part of the global pop culture lingo, says Andrew Todd, co-creator and writer of Master Kush. At times its been detrimental to the financial development of our overall plans, but in the long-run we decided its great advertising if everyone relates the word Kush with the very best or highest of quality.
KCLA is an eco-friendly clothing line that gives a nod to sophisticated street fashion. KCLAs casually styled gear includes t-shirts, tanks, hoodies and sweatshirts, as well as lip balms and accessories. KCLA has recently created a collection of apparel melding the urban flavors of hip hop with the downtown appeal of skater and the fly style of a hipster.
Chronic Ice is an ice tea made of organic sugar cane, green and black blended tea, lemon essence, ascorbic acid and a kiss of hemp seed protein powder. This antioxidant-rich hemp drink contains no THC, is only 80 calories per serving, and is free of preservatives and high fructose corn syrup. It has been tested with oncologists, and enjoyed by hip hop artists such as Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, and Snoop Dogg.
SirRock is an all-natural Viagra alternative, specifically designed to help enhance erogenous nightlife encounters. This over-the-counter herbal enhancer is non-addictive, has no side effects, and can be consumed with alcohol without detrimental results. In fact, mixing with alcohol to keep the party going is encouraged.
For more information about Kush Boys Worldwide – Hearst Media Services partnership or any of Kush Boys Worldwides products: call them at (213) 537-0118 or visit them on the web at http://www.kushboys.com.
About Kush Boys Worldwide
Kush Boys Worldwide is an eco-friendly company committed to incorporating environmentally friendly practices in all facets of their business. Their goal is to utilize all of their fairly earned resources and God-given abilities to develop innovative and flexible solutions by implementing responsible practices for the conservation of our planet.
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Men embarrassed to seek help for PE
However, she predicted that the hitherto taboo subject will, in the coming years, be as commonly discussed as erectile dysfunction, which was quickly accepted as a medical issue by the general public following the introduction of drugs such as Viagra.
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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 07, 2011
Advanced Male Medical Center exclusively specializes in and is dedicated to removing the difficulties that keep men from experiencing a healthy and active sex life. As part of their program, which guarantees results, the center uses all FDA approved medications. Men of all ages using medications or who have medical-related male impotence problems can be treated in just one visit. Each of their California-licensed physicians is an erectile dysfunction specialist and they specialize in the treatment of erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. Their physicians will carefully test and diagnose each patients specific concerns, then set up a program to treat the patients problem.
On October 19th, San Francisco erectile dysfunction center, Advanced Male Medical Center, in partnership with The San Francisco Examiner and the San Francisco Senior Center, will be offering a free class to learn about the effects of low testosterone in men and women with Dr. Nick Shah, M.D., graduate of the John Hopkins School of Medicine, as the speaker.
The class will be held at the San Francisco Senior Center at 481 O’Farrel Street from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., said Larry Stephens of Advanced Male Medical Center. Please call (415) 9233-4490 to reserve a spot. Additionally those who attend will automatically be entered to win a trip for two including airfare and hotel.
Advanced Male Medical Center’s San Francisco male impotence doctors treat each and every patients sexual needs and physical desires on an individual basis. Because they are dedicated solely to this medical condition of male impotence, they far exceed what an average doctor visit may be able to offer. Their trained medical staff has been treating patients with erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation for more than 10 years, and they understand the intense need for help and to provide answers about a common and treatable condition.
They are conveniently located in San Francisco just off the Embarcadero across from Pier 31 at 1700 Montgomery Street, Suite 215. They provide a dignified, professional service to each and every patient who visits the clinic. Their staff includes doctors who specialize in treating medical-related male impotence conditions and male counselors are standing by to meet every patients needs.
For more information on pre-mature ejaculation from San Franciscos Advanced Male Medical Center and their services, give them a call at (415) 868-4899 or visit them on the web at http://www.advancedmalemedical.com. They are located at 1700 Montgomery St. Ste. 215 San Francisco CA 94111.
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With children across the country returning to school this week, many parents are just completed the infamous back-to-school shopping trip, wherein backpacks, notebooks, pencils, markers, and locker decorations were purchased. This year, some scientists and politicians are warning about the dangers of phthalates.
Phthalates are also known as “plasticizers.” This is a group of industrial chemicals, used in everything from raincoats, shower curtains, toys, and children’s backpacks. According to the Environmental Working Group, phthalates can disrupt the endocrine system, decrease a man’s sperm count, and possibly even cause cancer.
This week, the Center for Health, Environment and Justice released the “Back-to-School Guide for PVC-Free School Supplies.” The report tells parents how to avoid PVCs, calling them “poisonous.” A number of media sources have picked up the story and are cautioning parents against purchasing products containing these chemicals. However, not everyone is necessarily ready to call phthalates a health hazard just yet.
An op-ed piece appearing on Forbes.com this week blasts the allegations made by some politicians and environmental groups, noting that many of the studies only involved animals or test groups so small that it would be irresponsible to draw sweeping conclusions from them:
Most recently, in NeuroToxicology, the Mt. Sinai Hospital researcher linked phthalates and another controversial plasticizer, bisphenol A, to a variety of health problems including neuro-developmental delays, behavioral issues and reduced fertility. Her evidence? She examined urine samples from 10 Mennonite women —yes, 10 of 1.5 million Mennonites worldwide. From a science perspective, any conclusions she might make from such a dismally small sample is literally ridiculous—but the media had a field day, nonetheless.
The truth is that there simply is not enough information out there at this point to make a definite determination regarding the safety of phthalates. These chemicals not not highly regulated, and science is still emerging about any potential long-term effects.
Many surface coal miners previously believed that only their colleagues working underground were at risk for contracting black lung disease. A new study conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) says otherwise.
Black lung disease is simply a common name used to describe any lung disease that can be contracted by inhaling coal dust. The name is derived from the appearance of a person’s lungs, which normally appear to be pink. There are two types of black lung disease, also known as coal workers’ pneumoconiosis: coal workers’ pneumoconiosis (CWP or the “simple” form); and progressive massive fibrosis (PMF or the “complicated” form).
Utilizing chest x-rays and breathing tests, researchers at NIOSH discovered severe cases of black lung disease in surface coal miners. While a prior study, completed in 2002, revealed less than a 2% incidence rate of black lung disease, this current study revealed that the rate is actually about five times higher.
Although it is still somewhat unclear as to what specific chemicals are the most harmful, researchers have speculated that silica dust, found primarily in the Appalachian region, is especially dangerous.
Because of these findings, researchers are now alleging that federal regulations governing coal miners may be insufficient to protect workers. Currently, miners who work on the surface are often exposed to clouds of dust around coal trucks, mines, and along mine roadways.
Inhaling coal dust also increases the risk of contracting emphysema, chronic bronchitis, or COPD. X-rays are able to detect many lung diseases early, so workers who are concerned should get tested so that early treatment options are available to them. If an x-ray does reveal a formal positive diagnosis of black lung disease, workers have a legal right to be transferred to a less dusty working environment without a reduction in pay.
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On Sunday, North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue vetoed a bill which would have allowed companies to drill for natural gas in North Carolina through the highly controversial fracking process. (For background information on fracking, please see our blog post from August 24, 2011.) Governor Purdue said in a public statement that she did not believe the legislation contained adequate environmental protection.
“I support energy policies that create jobs and lower costs for businesses and families,” Perdue said. “Our drinking water and the health and safety of North Carolina’s families are too important; we can’t put them in jeopardy by rushing to allow fracking without proper safeguards.”
While Governor Perdue’s veto was criticized by the leadership in both the State House and Senate, the move received praise from a number of state and national environmental groups, who have been cautioning against the risks associated with fracking for many months now.
While Republicans in North Carolina supported fracking for its potential to create many jobs within the state, Democrats and many environmental groups fear that the process will contaminate drinking water and is therefore not worth the risk. They argue that releasing toxic chemicals into potable water could create massive health risks for those consuming water from sources near fracking sites.
To read more about the bill in North Carolina, please see the article in the Charlotte Observer.
British scientists have developed a vaccination that is designed to remove all addictive properties of nicotine. Specifically, the pleasure your body associates with smoking would no longer be generated when you smoke a cigarette.
While human trials for the vaccine have yet to begin, tests on mice have proven to be successful. After a single dose, mice were found to be immune to nicotine addiction for their entire lifespan.
The vaccine contains a harmless virus, which is engineered to generate anti-nicotine antibodies upon administration. The virus works by selectively affecting cells in the liver.
Because the vaccine works by turning liver cells into antibody generators, it is expected to cost far less than prior vaccines, which required antibodies to be administered directly. Because older vaccines have required numerous administrations of these antibodies, they were believed to be less effective and more costly.
If human trials are successful, scientists believe that the vaccine could be administered to children, who have never tried a cigarette. This should prevent any recipients of the vaccine from ever deriving pleasure from smoking.
To read more about the vaccine, please visit Sky News.
The product of a conference hosted by the Children’s Environmental Health Center (CEHC) in 2010 has gained publicity in the past few days. Philip Landrigan, MD, MSc, Luca Lambertini, PhD, MPH, MSc, and Linda Birnbaum, Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, recently published an editorial called “A Research Strategy to Discover the Environmental Causes of Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities.” The editorial focuses on certain toxic chemicals that the editors suggest are linked to autism.
According to the National Academy of Sciences, 3 percent of neurobehavioral disorders in children are caused by exposure to toxins in the environment. The disorders in this category include ADHD and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). An additional 25 percent of these disorders are believed to be caused by a mix of exposure to environmental factors and genetics, though the exact causes are still unknown. Researchers at Mount Sinai have estimated that between 400,000 and 600,000 of the 4 million children born each year in the U.S. are affected by these issues.
For these reasons, Dr. Landrigan, as well as four other editorials, have called for additional studies to be conducted to determine which chemicals might be causing conditions like autism. The CEHC listed ten chemicals it believes to be linked to causing autism and learning disabilities. They are:
4. Organophosphate pesticides
5. Organochlorine pesticides
6. Endocrine disruptors
7. Automotive exhaust
8. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
9. Brominated flame retardants
10. Perfluorinated compounds
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While you certainly can’t sue over the subject matter of this post, this new trend is so baffling that it nonetheless merits attention. According to a recent article in the L.A. Times, a new trend is emerging on college campuses throughout the country: drinking hand sanitizer.
In the past year, the California Poison Control System announced that it has received sixty reported cases of teenagers drinking hand sanitizer. In order to kill all of those germs on your hands, sanitizer contains 62% ethyl alcohol. Unfortunately, many teens have begun to utilize the substance to create a very potent alcoholic beverage, which sometimes includes salt to separate out the alcohol. Some students reported locating instructions for making this stiff cocktail on the Internet.
If you are concerned that your child might be interested in experimenting, there are ways to continue using hand sanitizer, while minimizing the availability of the product around your house. According to Cyrus Rangan of the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, “All it takes is just a few swallows and you have a drunk teenager.” Health experts have advised purchasing foam hand sanitizers instead of the liquid versions, as the foam is more difficult to transform into a legal beverage.
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Reports in a variety of scientific journals demonstrate that nail salon employees suffer from more frequent headaches, respiratory issues, and skin irritation than most Americans. Furthermore, those working in nail salons are frequently exposed to dangerous chemicals at higher levels than most.
With this in mind, it is disturbing that the Department of Toxic Substances Control is releasing a report, showing that toxic chemicals were found in a number of nail products, claiming to be toxic-free. ”Toxic-free” refers to products not using the “toxic trio:” formaldahyde, toluene, and dibutyl phthalate. Exposure to these three chemicals has been linked to both cancer and birth defects.
According to Thu Quach of the Cancer Prevention Institute of California, nail products are not closely regulated, and the toxic effects of nail products can be compounded if a nail salon is not properly ventilated. Therefore, some cities have begun to pay attention and implement stricter regulations. While Boston has approached the issue by requiring salons to obtain health permits, the city of San Francisco has used an incentive approach by recognizing salons that use toxic-free products.
For more information on toxic nail products, please see the article appearing in today’s Los Angeles Times.
Shortly after wrapping up an investigation in upstate New York, Erin Brockovich has traveled to Fridley, Minnesota, where she and her team are now attempting to decipher what might be causing elevated cancer levels in the area. Current estimates place the incidence of cancer in Fridley at around ten percent higher than other areas in the state.
While heightened occurrences of all types of cancer are cause for concern, epidemiologists are working to trace which types of cancers are appearing more than others. John Soler, an epidemiologist for the Minnesota Cancer Surveillance System, indicated that initial findings revealed higher concentrations of lung cancer, especially in women. Despite this, Soler noted that final numbers have yet to be crunched.
In the meantime, Bob Bowcock, Brockovich’s associate, is reaching out to Fridley residents on the facebook page, “Fridley Cancer Cluster.” The page was started by residents and was one of the reasons Fridley caught Brockovitch’s attention.
The page has nearly 1,900 members and is full of stories from locals whose lives have been affected by cancer.
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Just when you thought you had heard every possible reason under the sun to quit smoking, another one emerges. The latest incentive for kicking your habit comes from an article released today by Reuters. The article pronounces, not only is smoking bad for you, for your friends and family, for those around you, but it’s a “drag on the world economy.”
The Tobacco Atlas, funded by the American Cancer Society and World Lung Foundation, launched a book, which contains a number of statistics concerning the harm caused by tobacco. One of the most important figures indicates that smoking costs around 1 to 2 percent of the world’s gross domestic product every year. Included in these figures are costs such as healthcare expenses for treating tobacco-related illnesses and the costs of tobacco-related absences from work.
Today, there are around 7 billion people on the planet, and approximately one out of every seven smokes. Each year, approximately 600,000 non-smokers die as a result of second-hand smoke.
Sadly, these staggering statistics don’t seem so staggering after being in the news for so many years. The World Health Organization is taking action to curtail global tobacco use, and so are nations around the globe. As of today, 174 countries have signed and ratified the WHO’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
While this is certainly a step in the right direction, the Convention lacks any penalties for a State’s failure to comply with Convention provisions. The United States has signed the treaty, but it has not been ratified. Therefore, the signature is nothing more than a symbolic gesture; treaties are not binding until they have been ratified.
While frightening statistics about tobacco use and related injuries have become the norm, and while one more article likely won’t cause anyone to to toss their last pack of Marlboros in the trash, it remains important to be reminded every once in a while that kicking the habit can not only save lives, but apparently, it can help our ailing economy.
Recently, the New Jersey State Legislature introduced a bill, requiring all public water systems to add fluoride to local water supplies. This bill was proposed in light of the discovery that around two hundred New Jersey municipalities have stopped adding fluoride to water.
Fluoride prevents tooth decay and guards against the development of cavities. According to WebMD, the mineral allows teeth to resist being damaged by bacteria and sugars in the mouth, and it reversed early tooth decay. In fact, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has hailed the addition of fluoride to local water supplies as one of the top ten public health achievements of the 20th century.
Objections to fluoridation of water have been raised over concerns that fluoride, in addition to preventing tooth decay, also can cause bone weakness if consumed in high doses over many years.
In 1986, the E.P.A. mandated that fluoride levels in water could not exceed 4.0 milligrams per liter. This regulation was accompanies by a suggestion that levels actually be limited to 2.0 milligrams per liter. Twenty years later, the National Research Council released a study it was asked by the E.P.A. to conduct. The study indicated that the 4.0 maximum level should be lowered, though it does not specify by how much. Today, the E.P.A. is still pondering how to proceed.
It seems that other federal agencies are beginning to take notice of the issue as well. In January 2011, the Department of Health and Human Services recommended that fluoride levels be capped at 0.7 milligrams per liter.
In light of these findings and recommendations, cities throughout the country have begun to explore the issue in greater detail. While many cities in New Jersey have elected to abandon fluoride in local water, others like Aspen, CO and Shippensburg, PA have elected to continue adding it.
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