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GENEVA, September 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Following the decision by the principal European manufacturers to exit or end market development and regulatory support for the
Car and truck exhaust fumes that foul the air for humans also cause problems for pollinators.
Alkaloids constitute a very large group of natural nitrogen-containing compounds with diverse effects on the human organism.
Experts are warning about a dangerous drug currently being dealt in Colombia that can reportedly rob an individual of their free will, making them vulnerable to criminals and attackers, or erase their memories.
Moths need just the essence of a flower's scent to identify it, according to new research from The University of Arizona in Tucson.
Q: You mentioned several types of medications that increase the risk of hyperthermia during hot weather. Would you provide a detailed list? A: Hot weather can cause the body to overheat, called hyperthermia. The evaporation of sweat is the body's primary way of cooling off.
WICHITA, Kan. _ Over the years, jimson weed has drawn attention. Georgia O'Keeffe painted it. Gene Autry sang about it. And recently, some Derby, Kan., teens have become seriously ill after ingesting the plant.
By PETER GOTT Dear Dr. Gott: As a senior of 73 years, I have been taking diphenhydramine (Benadryl) for several years as a sleep aid with no apparent side effects.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. _ I was happy to see the label "poisonous" on the plant Brugmansia when I visited a garden center in the other day. I applaud them for letting the public know _ especially shoppers who have curious small children or pets.
Poisonings resulting from teenagers using common jimson weed as a hallucinogen have been reported in New Jersey, California, Colorado and other states.
Datura wrightii (a poisonous weed) is sometimes used as a hallucinogen. It is commonly called Sacred Datura. Datura wrightii is classified as a deliriant, or an anticholinergic. In the US it is, however, called Western Jimson Weed.
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