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Snack Foods Fortified With Fiber

...The processor uses a series of rotating screws and heated barrels to precook the flour before it is pushed out of the end. After ropes of the dough come out, they are taken to a drying oven or a freeze dryer, the latter of which Alavi said produced higher-quality flour. Then the dried ropes were ground ba...

An Inconvenient Truth-Coal to Liquid

From Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" to heated Congressional debates about federal tax incentives for new alternative fuels, the issue of coal's place in supplying America's energy and fuel needs has taken on added importance in recent months. A research institute at the University of Kentucky...

Now, Fibre-enriched Tasty Snacks in the Making

...The processor uses a series of rotating screws and heated barrels to precook the flour before it is pushed out of the end. After ropes of the dough come out, they are taken to a drying oven or a freeze dryer, the latter of which Alavi said produced higher-quality flour. Then the dried ropes were ground b...

Chilly Sauce Linked to Botulism, Forcing Recall in US

...d against toxins forming in food, canned goods are heated during processing to kill bacteria spores. If food is not processed correctly, spores could survive. In a canned product kept at room temperature, the conditions would then be right for those spores to produce toxins, says Michael Doyle, director o...

Mercury in Antiques can Pose a Hazard - Study

... that people can do," she said. The mercury can be heated up by the vacuum motor and vaporize. That was the mistake Smith's clock cleaner made at her shop near the Catskill Mountains. The vacuum was discarded as hazardous waste. The amount of mercury in a fever thermometer, however, can be safely cleaned wi...

Norwegians Take in the Sun in Spain on Doctors' Orders

...ing a fifth stay at the centre. The centre has a heated pool to allow for swimming in winter and is fully wheelchair accessible. Every week excursions to neighbouring towns are organized and on Saturdays a party with a surprise theme is held. Guests especially appreciate the afternoons at the beach wh...

Climate Talks Reach Consensus in Bangkok

...worse impacts of global warming after five days of heated debate to reaching a consensus on the document. "The discussions ended at 3:30 a.m. Friday," said Carloa Traverso Saibante, information officer for the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Once the IPCC report is formally adopted,...

New Laser Offers Alternative to Surgery in Treating Voice Disorders

...treat port-wine stains on a baby's skin because it heated the blood causing the stain without stiffening the delicate baby skin around it. "The most common treatment for voice disorders such as broken blood vessels and papillomas is surgical removal in the operating room," says Michael Johns, MD, director...

Study Offers Clues to 'Broken Heart Syndrome'

...atically, however, ranging from armed robbery to a heated argument, tooth extraction, or preparation for a colonoscopy. "We don't know why some women develop this syndrome after what appears to be minimal stress, while other women experience severely stressful events but don't develop Takotsubo cardiomyop...

Scientists Saying Against Trees Sparks Debate

...r all. Keppler's unexpected discovery has caused heated debate among biologists and atmospheric chemists. Though bacteria in soil or decaying matter produce methane in anaerobic conditions, there seems to be no reason or mechanism for living plants to emit the gas in an oxygen-rich environment. The impl...

List of Compounds That Causes Breast Cancer Identified

...ated when starchy foods, such as French fries, are heated to high-temperatures, perfluorooctanoic acid, a chemical used in non-stick and stain-resistant coatings on rugs, furniture, clothes and cookware, vinyl chloride, which is used by the plastics industry to produce polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The author...

Campaign Against Trans Fat Gaining Fruit in US

...ar. In recent months, as the trans fat issue has heated up, some big names have responded. Wendy's removed trans fat from its french fries earlier this year. Two weeks ago, Walt Disney said it will eliminate trans fats from food sold at its parks. Food giants including Kraft, ConAgra and Frito-Lay also ha...

Flash-heating Inactivates HIV in Breast Milk: Study

... 450 milliliters of water. The water and milk were heated together over a single-burner butane stove. Once t...t cell-free HIV had been inactivated in all of the heated samples. The researchers note that they used a reverse transcriptase (RT) assay to test for an enz...

Controversy Spikes Over Anti-diabetes Drug Avandia

Controversy over diabetes drug Avandia heated up Wednesday as experts pointed to studies linking it to greater heart attack risk, while a GSK study claimed rosiglitazone is safe. The GlaxoSmithKline study published online Tuesday by the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) gave preliminary ...

Researchers Develop Material That Self Heals Like Human Skin

...with an epoxy resin. After curing, the resin was heated and the ink which liquefied was extracted, leaving behind a substrate with a network of interlocking microchannels. In the final steps, a brittle epoxy coating was deposited on top of the substrate, to fill the network with a liquid healing agent...

Bio-latrine Cleans Up Kenyan Slum and the Environment

...ter rather than spend five shillings on a basin of heated water. Practical Action, an international non-governmental organization that helped set up the bio-latrine, said it was planning a new spin for four more it is set to build in Kibera. "We realized that income would be higher if we had people usin...

Climate Talks Reach Consensus in Bangkok

...worse impacts of global warming after five days of heated debate to reaching a consensus on the document. "The discussions ended at 3:30 a.m. Friday," said Carloa Traverso Saibante, information officer for the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Once the IPCC report is formally adopted,...

Global Warming 55 Million Years Ago Too, Thanks to Fossil Fuels

...d more giga-tons of carbon into the atmosphere and heated up the global climate to what scientists call the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM). At the height of the PETM, sea surface temperatures in the oceans rose 9 degrees F (5 degrees C) in the tropics and 11 degrees F (6 degrees C) in the Arctic....

Period Eliminating Pills

...h to finds its long term effects. It has incited heated debates around the country. Giovanna Chesler, University of California at San Diego, is of the opinion that “Women are not sick, they don't need to control their periods for 30 or 40 years.” the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research, a scientific orga...

Bill Clinton Says US Healthcare System Immoral

...r, the healthcare situation is generating a lot of heated discussion. But none has come out any with any concrete action plan so far. At the San Fransisco meet, Clinton didn't advocate any solution to the health-care crisis. All that he would say was there were several options. Only last month during ...

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