L’hyperthermie maligne est un syndrome d’hypercatabolisme cellulaire intense et brutal provoqué par l’administration de certains agents anesthésiques (halogénés et succinylcholine). Une augmentation considérable du taux de calcium libre intracellulaire déclenche l’ensemble des réactions métaboliques entraînant contracture, hyperthermie et conduisant à la rhabdomyolyse. D’origine génétique, l’anomalie susceptible de provoquer cette sensibilité particulière semble porter sur les protéines responsables de la libération des stocks de Ca++  . Une grande susceptibilité à l'hyperthermie maligne chez les patients victimes d'hyperthermie d'effort a été démontrée et impose un bilan pré-anesthésique complet  .
Down through history, learned Bible scholors and wise teachers taught the doctrine of an Old Earth. There has been an attempt by Young Earth organizations like Answers In Genesis to convince their followers that the Old Earth Doctrine is new. Nothing could be further from the truth. Ken Ham is deceitful in his attempt to convince his followers that the Old Earth doctrine was invented so "compromised Christians" could fit "thousands of years into the Bible" after Charles Darwin came up with the theory of evolution.
There is one major problem with this information being spread by the Young Earth teachers. Thomas Chalmers, an Old Earth believer, published his opinion regarding the Gap Doctrine in 1833 in the series, Bridgewater Treatise. Charles Darwin did not publish his theory of evolution, The Origin Of The Species, until 1859, 26 years later. This is another example of how Answers In Genesis alters facts in order to promote their Young Earth theory.
Although the research on the medicinal use of cannabis is strong, several studies indicate that the recreational use of cannabis can have persistent adverse effects on mental health. According to a 2013 report published in Frontiers in Psychiatry , depending on how often someone uses, the age of onset, the potency of the cannabis that is used and someone’s individual sensitivity, the recreational use of cannabis may cause permanent psychological disorders. Most recreational users will never be faced with such persistent mental illness, but in some individuals cannabis use leads to undesirable effects, including cognitive impairment, anxiety, paranoia and increased risks of developing chronic psychosis or drug addiction. ( 24 )