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Millions of people worldwide are regularly exposed to arsenic through drinking water and eating rice grown in soil and water containing high amounts of arsenic.
RIDGWAY, Colo., April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 17 million children in America - almost one in four - struggle with hunger.
An international team of scientists calls for protecting complementary food for infants in developing countries â€“ especially those where corn is a staple food â€“ against fumonisin, a toxin produced by fungi.
RIDGWAY, Colo., April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 17 million children in America - almost one in four - struggle with hunger. The families of these children have a hard time putting food on the table.
"Multicultural competency is not a luxury or a specialty, but a requirement for every registered dietitian," according to the American Dietetic Association.1 Practitioners who primarily treat clients with type 2 diabetes are familiar with the challenges of intercultural counseling.
The Blue sucker, Cycleptus elongatus, is a freshwater species of fish in the sucker family. Huge migrations of these fast, powerful fish once migrated throughout the Mississippi River basin, and spring harvests of blue sucker were a staple food for early pioneers. Blue suckers are quite rare today, mainly due to the segmentation of habitat caused by the thousands of dams that have been built in the last century. Early records indicate that this fish once reached weights of over 40 lb,...
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.