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Weighty problem: Protein is the solution?

... intake of protein," concluded Astrup. This is a whirlpool of ideas, refutations and cross-examinations. The problem of obesity is certainly a grave one and the time has come when no one can turn their backs towards it. But whether protein could be the key to bringing the obesity epidemic to its knees, opini...

Another Victim Of Legionnaires' Disease

...racted by inhaling mist from water sources such as whirlpool baths, showers and cooling towers that are contaminated with Legionella bacteria. Though domestic air conditioners have never been found to cause Legionnaires Disease, two types of domestic systems, ducted and mobile, which use water as a coolant, ...

Whirlpool Bath Tubs Contain Potentially Lethal Bacterial Strains

...m Texas A&M University said that poorly maintained whirlpool bath tubs both private and public serve as breedin...about 138 bacteria on the other hand a teaspoon of whirlpool tub water contains an average of 2.17 million bacteria. These could result in numerous diseases s...

Contraceptive tailed by Controversies:Birth Control Patch

... women have been warned not to use sauna baths and whirlpool baths while using Evra Birth Control patches. Since the Birth Control Patches were introduced in the market in early 2004, there has been about 78 reports of side-effects among Canadian users. The F.D.A in the U.S have also issued a similar warnin...

Convict Felled by Legionnaires

...racted by inhaling mist from water sources such as whirlpool baths, showers, and cooling towers, which are contaminated with bacteria, or other bacteria in the family Legionellaceae. If the bacteria reach the lungs it can cause the disease. The disease can only be contracted from a contaminated water syste...

Legionnaires Outbreak in Australia

...such as cooling towers, evaporative condensers and whirlpool spas. If conditions are favourable the bacterium may grow creating conditions in which the risk from legionnaires' disease is increased.The illness is called legionnaires' disease because it was first reported at an American Legion convention in 19...

Briton Set for Pacific Solo Odyssey to Highlight Warming

...quare mile (34 million square kilometer) clockwise whirlpool of ocean trash. Savage will average roughly 30 miles (48 kilometers) of rowing daily. In the Atlantic she gained 42 miles (67 kilometers) on her best day, and lost 12 miles (20 kilometers) on her worst. "I found that the best indicator of my mo...

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