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Pregnant Women Advised Diligent Eat Fish

Pregnant Women Advised Diligent Eat Fish.

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Food Poisoning - Vibrio

People who are infected with disease-causing vibrios may develop foodborne illness. Foodborne illness symptoms can vary from a mild to serious illness, depending on a variety of factors.

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Animal Survival Kit

Being prepared for any kind of disaster is important and that includes caring for your pets.

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Iron-rich Diet for Infants

Usually, the normal newborn infant has a high iron concentration in the body - approximately 50 per cent greater than that of a normal adult.

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Fish Consumption Lower The Risk of Heart Attack

Eating fish for children and adults are very good for health, especially those containing omega - three fatty acids, docosahexaenoic acid( DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid( EPA) .

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Mercury Content in Fish

Mercury is a heavy metal element that is generally found in its liquid state. For many years, prior to the scientific discovery that Mercury is harmful to human, mercury was used in children’s toys because of its slippery and shiny surface. In the 1920s German scientists conducted several experiments that concluded Mercury was toxic to humans. Since then, exposure to mercury has been dramatically reduced; however, modern consumers ingest Mercury through its presence in many fish.

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The Good and The Bad About Omega Three

We go to the doctor, he gives you a prescription, you go home and take it; end of story. NO! it should not be this way.

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Health Benefits of Sea Foods

The sea is a generous supply of foods rich in vitamins. This is obvious from the fact that more than 3.5 billion people depend on the seas and oceans as a primary source of food. Globally speaking, sea food is richer in protein compared to sheep, poultry and cattle.

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How to Loose Weight?

Loosing weight is often over complicated. For many people following these quick tips will help take inches off the belly right away.

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Food Poisoning

Food poisoning is illness that results from eating food that is contaminated by microorganisms or chemicals, or that is poisonous in itself. Food can be contaminated by such chemicals as lead or zinc, leading to food poisoning. Several varieties of mushrooms and certain species of fish are poisonous if eaten. More often, food poisoning is caused by microorganisms, such as bacteria, molds, viruses, and parasites.

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