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VENTURA, Calif., Jan. 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- 101 Hemp (https://101hemp.org/) recently noted another promising new study showcasing advances in using cannabidiol in the fight against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Listed on Science.org, "Cannabidiol Inhibits SARS-CoV-2 replication through induction of the host ER stress and innate immune responses," comes on the heels of groundbreaking research out of Oregon State University that also explicitly concluded cannabidiol in the raw form (CBGa and CBDa – both non-psychoactive) can outright block COVID-19 infection in human cells and mice. In a stunning conclusion, the new study's abstract noted that: "In matched groups of human patients from the National COVID Cohort Collaborative, CBD (100-mg/ml oral solution per medical records) had a significant negative association with positive SARS-CoV-2 tests … a potential preventative agent for early-stage SARS-CoV-2 infection and merits further clinical trials."
New research from Oregon State University reveals that hemp could offer protection from COVID-19, adding to the list of benefits for the versatile crop.
Throughout all state agencies, 1,882 workers, or about 3% of the 63,291 affected employees, were fired for not being vaccinated, according to the Office of Financial Management.
It was just 13 months ago that Oregonians were singing the praises of firefighters and EMS personnel who raced up Santiam Canyon to rescue tho…
PENDLETON, Ore. — What was long a fear among Umatilla County’s health care workers appears to be coming true — COVID-19 cases are increasing o…
Oregon's record wave of COVID-19 cases appears to have crested, but the long recovery will likely stretch into the winter holiday season.
Emergency room personnel hustle to care for patients at St. Charles Hospital in Bend, Ore., last month.
At least six horses in four counties across southern and eastern Oregon have tested positive for West Nile virus in recent weeks, and three horses on a farm in Linn County were diagnosed with a different contagious disease, according to state agriculture officials.