Daily Archive: Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Southland grandmother, 67, gets hooked on bodybuilding

JOANNA GRIFFITHS Last updated 12:06, April 5 2017 Joanna Griffiths/Fairfax NZ Margaret Ereckson, 67, is set to compete in the National Amateur Body Building Association (NABBA) competition in Invercargill. Southland grandmother Margaret Ereckson is not what most people picture when they think of a bodybuilder. The 67-year-old is one of the oldest women getting ready to compete

Virid Recognized With Multiple eCommerce Website Awards

“Walking away with several awards in this prestigious competition really speaks to the consistently high quality of work that Virid produces. We will continue to raise the bar for eCommerce solutions,” said Steve Deller, CEO of Virid Reston, Va. (PRWEB) April 11, 2017 Virid, a leading provider of eCommerce solutions for growing retail brands,

Scientist says treating drug addiction as a brain disease is harmful and unscientific

Drug addiction is defined as a “chronic, often relapsing brain disease”. This definition is widely used in scientific papers and by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) in the US. But neuroscientist Carl Hart argues that viewing drug addiction as a brain disease is completely wrongheaded. Lack of evidence Hart highlights that cocaine may temporarily alter how neurons function in