This week, these five stories had everyone buzzing.  They include new migraine medication in clinical trials that can prevent the condition, ‘Beezin’, the newest and strangest way to get high, studies show that relaxed marijuana laws does not increase pot use among teens, and MRSA bacteria spreads easier than previously believed, and how a bottle of wine a day may be good for your health. Read more below:

New Migraine Drugs With Pain Prevention, Not Just Treatment

Two new drug studies are changing the way that a medicine looks at treating migraines. Rather than working to stop the migraine once it has started, these drugs are aimed at preventing the migraine from occurring in the first place. Although both drugs need more studies conducted before their effectiveness can be confirmed, so far the results look promising. Read more…

'Beezin',' The New Way To Get High

“Beezin',” a new craze where kids apply Burt’s Bees natural lip balm to their eyelids to enhance their drunken or high experience. The effects only last for a short period of time, but medical experts warn that prolonged use can lead to a number of eye problems. People are posting videos and images all over social media sites like YouTube and Twitter. Read more…

Medical Marijuana Laws Have Not Increased Use Of Pot Among Teenagers

Across years and states, past-month marijuana use was common (about 21 percent), with no statistically significant differences in marijuana use before and after policy change for any state pairing. “Our study suggests that — at least thus far — the legalization of marijuana for medical purposes has not increased adolescent marijuana use,” wrote the authors. Read more…

MRSA 'Superbug' Highlights Bacteria’s Easy Spread

RSA was labeled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a serious threat — only one level below the most serious — to the public health last year. Up until about two decades ago, populations of the infectious bug were found only in health care and agricultural settings. They soon spread to the wider community, affecting public areas. Read More…

 Is A Bottle Of Wine A Day Is 'Good For You’?

World Health Organization (WHO) alcohol expert Dr. Kari Poikolainen, recently declared that drinking an entire bottle of wine every day is not exactly what he would call “unhealthy.” Poikolainen, who has completed and analyzed years of research on the effects of alcohol, believes that drinking only becomes harmful if you consume more than 13 units per day. To put that into perspective, a bottle of wine contains about 10 units. Read more…