Report: Random Drug Testing in Schools Doesn’t Work

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Random drug testing in schools may sound like a good way to keep kids off drugs.

But the American Academy of Pediatrics says there’s little evidence that it works.

In a new report, the organization suggests schools redirect their resources toward helping students either avoid or overcome drug problems.

Another issue is false-positive results which can happen if the child is on medications for conditions like ADHD.
A single serving of leafy green vegetables every day may help keep dementia away.

Researchers found people who ate one or two servings of foods like spinach, kale, mustard greens or collard greens experienced slower mental deterioration.

Study authors believe the brain benefits may likely stem from several key nutrients particularly vitamin K.

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