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Tainted Pet Food a Health Risk for Human?

...n reported sick. The human risk is less due to the dilution of the contaminated food. By the time of human consumption the contamination has been diluted to an insignificant level....

Nurturing Our Nurses for Healthcare Par Excellence

...re the physicians' directives are followed without dilution or alteration, so that patient outcomes move in the positive direction. Their contribution is crucial and can make all the difference between life and death. Here, there is no margin for errors. In such a charged atmosphere, nurses are required to me...

Tainted Pet Food a Health Risk for Human?

...n reported sick. The human risk is less due to the dilution of the contaminated food. By the time of human consumption the contamination has been diluted to an insignificant level. BIN/B...

More Support for Zinc-antiatherogenic Link

... in relation to atherosclerosis. They used isotope dilution gas chromatography-mass spectrometry techniques to measure biomarkers of oxidative lipid damage in atherosclerotic rabbit aorta. In the past the research team used F(2)-isoprostane measurement. But since analysis of different biomarkers often requ...

Ramifications of Widespread Use of Tamiflu

...ower Colorado River flow area, have more available dilution per person in each given population. There were no specific ecotoxicological risks from Tamiflu identified at the time the drug was submitted for approval to the European Medicines Agency. The authors, however, suggest that the ecotoxicological risk ...

Maharashtra warns against Mahim's 'miracle' water

...alinity levels occurs at low tide when the maximum dilution of seawater by fresh water occurs. Apart from this, one must also consider that the Mithi river, too, flows into the Mahim creek," he added. Weekend reports of the Mahim creek's water tasting sweet sparked a flood of visitors near the Baba Maqdoom ...

Community Health Shake-up Spells Trouble for Nurses

...resentatives fear that these plans could lead to a dilution of professional skills. According to Gavin Fergie, professional officer of the Community Practitioners and Health Visitors Association, it would be like asking a chemistry teacher to teach French. Anne Thomson, acting deputy director of the Royal C...

Government Warned Against Dilution of Medical Standards

...e Court Wednesday told the central government that dilution of the standards in the name of streamlining of medical education would not be tolerated//. The court's observation came when Additional Solicitor General Gopal Subramaniam told a bench that the differences between the government and the Medical Cou...

Study Highlights How Bacteria Respond To Changes In Environment

...ironments of the order of 0.1%, approximating to a dilution of 1 drop in a pool of 1,000 drops. New Cornell research, highlighted on the cover of the May issue of Nature Structural and Molecular Biology, reveals that receptors assemble into a kind of cooperative lattice on a bacterium's surface to amplify i...

Training in Australia's Medical Schools Inadequate

...duction in places for students but clearly through dilution of the content of courses.' A coalition of senior doctors have appealed to the federal Government to undertake a review of the education in medical colleges claiming that public safety was at stake and that what was urgently needed were national be...

Killing Power Of Bleach Enhanced By Addition Of Vinegar

...e it can be used over environmental surfaces. This dilution is done without considering the pH, which affects ...uction of spore forms. The researchers recommend dilution of household bleach in one gallon of water followed by addition of a cup of household white vinegar....

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