Monday, May 29


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Siddharth Aysola, 7, has cerebral palsy and a form of refractory epilepsy called infantile spasms. His parents said that supplementary cannabis treatment has helped Sidd better control his condition and wane off more of his antiepileptic medications. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
Siddharth Aysola, 7, has cerebral palsy and a form of refractory epilepsy called infantile spasms. His parents said that supplementary cannabis treatment has helped Sidd better control his condition and wane off more of his antiepileptic medications. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

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Christian Kramme, a third-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student, medicates himself with a one-to-one strain of cannabis. He has used cannabis for several years to treat issues like lack of appetite under the medical marijuana program in California. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
Christian Kramme, a third-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student, medicates himself with a one-to-one strain of cannabis. He has used cannabis for several years to treat issues like lack of appetite under the medical marijuana program in California. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

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UCLA and other institutions studied how oil moves in water currents in the Gulf of Mexico last month. Their experiment looked at what processes cause oil to accumulate in the ocean. (Courtesy of Lucia Bertero)
UCLA and other institutions studied how oil moves in water currents in the Gulf of Mexico last month. Their experiment looked at what processes cause oil to accumulate in the ocean. (Courtesy of Lucia Bertero)


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