Few games have come to define gaming like the infamous Grand Theft Auto series. From its first iteration as a top-down game with a focus on trigger-happy rampages and endless automotive civilian slaughter, it quickly became synonymous with games that pushed the boundaries of the video game experience.
It’s mad to think that it’s already two decades since the original Xbox console came out.
Back when the original Far Cry arrived on the scene it became a prime example of what could be done with open environments and delivered some truly stunning graphics which were way above what had been delivered elsewhere at the time.
In a market plagued by endless copycat battle royales, annual updates to established franchises and stale, identikit single-player campaigns, it’s always nice to see something come out that dares to be a little bit different.
Cannabis has been used to relieve headaches for thousands of years, and yet rigorous clinical trials on this ancient remedy for head pain have only just begun.
The company, the second-largest private employer in the U.S. behind Walmart, is making the change as states legalize cannabis or introduce laws banning employers from testing for it.
Medical cannabis is currently legal in 37 states and, with 94% of Americans in favor of legal access to medical marijuana, it seems as if this treatment option is returning to the mainstream.
There’s no denying that these are extremely stressful times. Cannabis, because of its ability to help us achieve balance in restoring homeostasis throughout our bodies, can be a great tool to calm any nerves we’re all collectively experiencing right now.
FARMERS are set to reap a huge dividend from hemp crops if moves to scrap “bizarre” cannabis laws are backed by drug experts, a Somerset farmer/businessman claims.
Government must urgently establish an emergency compassionate access fund so that families can continue to access medical cannabis through the NHS.