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‘Money doesn't matter’ – Edin Dzeko 'very happy' he rejected Chelsea in January after helping Roma to Champions League semi-finals

‘Money doesn't matter’ – Edin Dzeko 'very happy' he rejected Chelsea in January after helping Roma to Champions League semi-finals

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Edin Dzeko is 'very happy' he turned down Chelsea to stay at RomaWednesday, April 11, 2018Edin Dzeko said he was pleased he turned down a January move to Chelsea after firing Roma to the Champions League semi-finals with a stunning win over Barcelona.The Spanish giants took a 4-1 lead into their second leg but they were completely outplayed in Rome, as the hosts won 3-0 to make the score 4-4 on aggregate and progress on away goals.MATCH REPORT: Huge Champions League shock as Barcelona fall in RomeDzeko – who scored the vital goal at the Nou Camp – inspired Roma as he got another goal and won a penalty, which was converted by Daniele de Rossi before Kostas Manolas’ late header sealed their place in the final four.The former Manchester City striker had a chance to return to the Premier
Legal medical pot doesn't lead to increased use in teens, research shows

Legal medical pot doesn't lead to increased use in teens, research shows

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With medical marijuana already legal in 29 states and even more states considering legalization, some believe that the inevitable next step is an increase in recreational marijuana use among adolescents, but a new study published today in Addiction busted that myth. “We had done an earlier study published in the Lancet in 2015 of a million adolescents that were surveyed yearly between 1991 and 2014, and found no increase in teen use of cannabis or marijuana. We were surprised by that result,” said Dr. Deborah S. Hasin, an author of the study and professor of epidemiology at Columbia University. But despite a series of similar studies with the same result, she said, “People were so convinced that medical marijuana laws were going to increase teen use so they questioned the relationship.”
6 Foods to Eat If You Want to Feel Sexier (And Who Doesn't?!)

6 Foods to Eat If You Want to Feel Sexier (And Who Doesn't?!)

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Put them on your Valentine's Day menu—and ignite desire. You already know that chocolate has a reputation as a potent aphrodisiac, thanks in part to its high caffeine and antioxidant content and melt-in-your-mouth texture. No wonder chocolate in all forms is tempting you in store windows and on your social feed right now, as Valentine's Day is about to arrive.But chocolate isn't the only food that can prime you physically or mentally for a bedroom session. Plenty of others can also put you in a let's-get-it-on kind of mindset, research suggests. Some amp your libido and energy, others give you a mood boost, and some simply have a silky, sensual deliciousness that makes you feel relaxed and indulgent. If you're hoping for some se
Judge: Doctor who doesn't use computer can't regain license

Judge: Doctor who doesn't use computer can't regain license

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A New Hampshire judge has denied an 84-year-old doctor's request to regain her license to practice, which she had surrendered partly over her inability to use a computer. The state challenged Dr. Anna Konopka's record keeping, prescribing practices and medical decision making. It said her limited computer skills prevent her from using the state's mandatory electronic drug monitoring program, which requires prescribers of opioids to register in an effort reduce overdoses. Konopka surrendered her license in October, but later requested permission to continue her practice. New Hampshire Public Radio reported Monday that Merrimack Superior Court Judge John Kissinger ruled Nov. 15 that she failed to show she was forced to give up her license as she alleged. Konopka has asked the judge to recon...