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  2. Synthetic cannabinoids - Wikipedia

    According to the Psychonaut Web Mapping Research Project, synthetic cannabinoids, sold under the brand name Spice, were first released in 2005 by the now-dormant company the Psyche Deli in London. In 2006, the brand gained popularity. According to the Financial Times, the assets of the Psyche Deli rose from £65,000 in 2006 to £899,000 in 2007.

  3. Black fly - Wikipedia

    Ecology. Eggs are laid in running water, and the larvae attach themselves to rocks. Breeding success is highly sensitive to water pollution. The larvae use tiny hooks at the ends of their abdomens to hold on to the substrate, using silk holdfasts and threads to move or hold their place.

  4. Emergency medical responder levels by U.S. state - Wikipedia

    In the United States, the licensing of prehospital emergency medical providers (emergency medical technicians) (EMTs) and oversight of emergency medical services are governed at the state level.

  5. Statistics of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States

    Weekly all-cause deaths. Weekly all-cause deaths in the U.S. based on CDC data as of August 24, 2022 (This data is projected deaths, rather than tabulated, and commonly takes three to eight weeks to reach a near-steady estimate), compared to the threshold for excess deaths:

  6. J. B. Pritzker - Wikipedia

    On April 6, 2017, Pritzker announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for governor of Illinois. He was endorsed by Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White, Illinois Congressman Luis Gutiérrez, former Illinois Congressman Glenn Poshard, more than a dozen members of the Illinois General Assembly, 21 local labor unions, and the Illinois AFL–CIO.