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micronutrients
2015-04-07 15:44:33

Every week a new buzzword emerges in the health and wellness world. Whether it’s a new ingredient, dietary style, or superfood, it can be hard to distinguish between real breakthroughs and passing trends. But you know micronutrients are more than a passing trend when the World Health Organization (WHO) describes them as “magic wands” for your body.

2013-07-31 23:35:06

True-Dose Pets is pleased to once again attend the NACDS Total Store Expo August 10-13.

2012-08-21 22:10:16

The correct therapeutic dose is important for this commonly used painkiller, say the authors, because it is potentially fatal to give too high a dose; and too low a dose may result in more serious illness.

2012-03-30 07:37:06

Endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs)—such as BPA—can show tangible effects on health endpoints at high dosage levels, yet those effects do not predict how EDCs will affect the endocrine system at low doses.

2010-12-30 13:12:34

It was Paracelsus, the Renaissance physician (1493-1541 A.D.) who first said "the dose makes the poison."

2009-10-26 15:47:05

Carbon nanotubes are being considered for use in everything from sports equipment to medical applications, but a great deal remains unknown about whether these materials cause respiratory or other health problems.

2009-09-14 10:08:00

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- RxBio, Inc., announces that its lead product, Rx100, a potent radioprotectant as well as radiomitigator, protects against lethal, whole-body radiation when administered before, during, or up to 72 hours after exposure.

2005-10-26 12:14:34

GAITHERSBURG, Maryland (Reuters) - A U.S. panel of health experts on Wednesday said data showed a low-dose version of Somerset Pharmaceuticals Inc.'s proposed Emsam depression patch can be safely used without a warning against eating certain foods while using the drug.


Word of the Day
  • an ornament or knob in the shape of a flower
  • In architecture, a floral ornament; specifically, the large conventional flower usually placed in the center of the abacus of a Corinthian capital or classic ceiling-caisson; also, the floreated termination of a Gothic finial.
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