...wound healing, which will lead to revitalized tissues.1 Tools such as Moire topography have often been used in studies of facial palsy, fractures, and plastic surgery, as an [...]
...used in plastic packaging and the inside lining of metal cans, during pregnancy and breast feeding resulted in increased levels in offspring.1 The offspring of the mothers [...]
...a plant or an animal, not something with a 20 item largely unpronounceable list of ingredients that comes in a crinkly plastic bag. Mostly plants You cannot go wrong eating...
...health risks. Copper piping is probably the cleanest alternative, but is quite expensive. Polypropylene pipes, are less expensive and are less likely to leach chemicals than other [...]
...fountain I use in my house. If your cat is sensitive to plastic try a ceramic fountain instead. 3. Flavored Water Flavoring the water with tuna juice or chicken...
...show that already at birth, babies’ bodies contain mercury, multiple pesticides, more than a dozen different flame retardants, and air pollutants from fossil fuels, [...]
...the March 2015 edition of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The Researchers at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have linked the two maladies in a new study [...]
...this substance with protective gloves. Quickly absorbed by mucosa. Polyethlyene– Plastic microbead lodges in gums causing discoloration and gingivitis. Aluminum [...]
...fueled her fears. She learned how pathogens in the environment and in food were carcinogenic, using plastic containers for food, microwaves, preservatives, using mobile [...]
...pesticides, chemicals in nonstick cookware and plastic food and beverage containers, industrial pollutants absorbed by some of the plants and animals in our diet, and [...]