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American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Nov. 14, 2007
Date:11/19/2007

lling power of magnolia bark extract using saliva samples taken from volunteers following a regular meal. Mints containing the extract killed more than 61 percent of the germs that cause bad breath within 30 minutes, compared with only a 3.6 percent germ-kill for the same flavorless mints without the extract, the researchers say.

The extract also showed strong antibacterial activity against a group of bacteria known to cause cavities. Mints and chewing gum containing the extract may also provide a portable oral care supplement to dentifrice (toothpaste), where brushing is not possible, the study states.

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Compressed Mints and Chewing Gum Containing Magnolia Bark Extract Are Effective against Bacteria Responsible for Oral Malodor

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Oceans could slurp up carbon dioxide to fight global warming
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Researchers in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania are proposing a new method for reducing global warming that involves building a series of water treatment plants that enhance the ability of the ocean to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. About 100 such plants which essentially use the ocean as a giant carbon dioxide collector could cause a 15 percent reduction in emissions over many years, they say.
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