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New Condo Launch GEM RESIDENCES, Toa Payoh Lorong 5. VVIP Preview Launch Sales Hotline: +65-61001699
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Sophia Hills is a lifestyle project situated amid the tranquility of nature.
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Removal of Exposure Source The first step in mitigating the toxic effects of acute or chronic metal exposure is removal of the source of contamination. For acute exposures, this may involve (depending on the route of exposure) decontaminating the area of exposure, removing contaminated clothing, and/or removing the individual from the area where exposure occurred (Flora 2010). Gastrointestinal Decontamination Gastrointestinal decontamination techniques may be indicated for acute metal toxicities, although studies on their efficacy for this purpose are lacking and few consensus guidelines exist for their use in acute metal toxicity treatment. Gastric lavage (introduction of water into the stomach by a tube to wash out its contents) has been used in arsenic and lead poisonings (Tallis 1989; Rusyniak 2010; ATSDR 2007b; Caravati 2008). Emesis (induced vomiting) has also been suggested for removing metals within the stomach; however, some caustic metal compounds (mercuric oxide) may cause further damage by induced vomiting (ATSDR 2001), and emesis is not always effective for removing large amounts of solids (Manoguerra 2005). Bowel irrigation (introduction of water into the bowel to wash out its contents) may be useful for macroscopic particles of some metals (such as lead) that can easily transit through the intestines; larger particles may require surgery for removal (Roberge 1992; Rusyniak 2010; ATSDR 2007b). Activated charcoal may be effective for binding some ingested toxic metals or metal compounds (arsenic, thallium) but is ineffective for others (iron and mercury) (Worth 1984; Bateman 1999; Rusyniak 2002; Hoffman 2003; Rusyniak 2010; Manoguerra 2005). Chelation Therapy Chelators enhance the elimination of metals (both toxic and essential) from the body. Their use to ameliorate metal toxicity has been validated by several human case reports and animal models.
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As violent school invasions increase, school districts all over America are upgrading security in their buildings. Security window films can act as a deterrent by denying immediate entry and possibly eliminating the threat altogether. To know more about such security films, visit: commercialwindowshield dotcom
19 Sep 2017
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since 2000, the has helped fleets and owner-operators save more than 150 million gallons of fuel (and counting), provided for several million tons of added freight and eliminated the need for hundreds of thousands of pressure checks and rotations. Find out some facts about MICHELIN® X One® tire. For more information visit our website.
22 Sep 2017
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Some causes of lead poisoning are ingesting lead paint and eating or drinking from certain imported, improperly lead-glazed ceramics. Very high levels of lead in the blood may cause personality changes, headaches, loss of sensation, weakness, a metallic taste in the mouth, uncoordinated walking, digestive problems, and anemia. The diagnosis is based on symptoms and a blood test. Testing household water, ceramics, and paint for lead can help identify potential sources of lead poisoning. Treatment consists of stopping exposure to lead and removing accumulated lead from the body. Lead poisoning is far less common since paint containing lead pigment was banned (in 1978 in the United States) and lead was eliminated from automotive gasoline (in 1986 in the United States and by 2011 in all but 6 countries in the developing world). However, lead poisoning is still a major public health problem in cities on the East Coast of the United States as well as in other isolated cities, most notably, Flint, Michigan. Lead paint Lead poisoning is usually caused by direct ingestion (eating) of lead. This typically happens in
23 Sep 2017
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Sarv Aloe Vera Juice can be consumed by anyone on a daily basis irrespective of their age and gender without the fear of harmful side effects. The most rational reason for preferring it over its competitors is the fact that the presence of real Aloe Vera extracts in it is as much as 99.6 %. The marginal presence of the preservatives in this juice is in compliance with the international guidelines laid down to eliminate the possibility of any compromise with quality and safety. Sarv Aloe Vera Juice in India won’t disappoint you no matter how demanding you may be.
25 Sep 2017
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As a digital marketer or social media enthusiast, What you need is a quick, easy and efficient way of handling your social media platforms and integrating these with your overall marketing strategy. That’s where social media tracking tools come into play. They offer a one stop place to create, post, schedule, and analyze all of your social media efforts - eliminating the laborious task of having to switch tabs between dozens of accounts.
26 Sep 2017
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This lightbox is like a pro photographer’s studio in miniature. It eliminates distractions and pulls in the focus factor to deliver truly professional looking photos. Extra bright light beams in from an LED strip concealed up top, lending clarity and quality to every image.
26 Sep 2017
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Women's hormones follow a very interesting pattern, depending on their age and the time of year, as well as other factors. This is very different from men, whose hormones generally vary over the long-term only. When a woman reaches the age of about 50, she experiences Menopause, which is when her hormonal cycle changes drastically in a very short time. Estrogen production will diminish. Women will start missing periods, and when a year has passed without a period, a woman can officially be considered to be in Menopause. Menopause can cause serious symptoms, such as: Changes in Sexual Desire and Function Sleeping Issues Hot Flashes Early symptoms of Osteoporosis and Osteopenia Emotional Health Decline Insomnia Joint Pain Headaches and Migraines Memory Problems Urinary Issues Hormone Replacement Therapy, especially Estrogen supplementation, can help women to lose weight, to eliminate hot flashes, reduce sleeping problems and fatigue, and promote emotional health. Healthy lifestyle choices, such as regular exercise and healthy eating, are also important, and the benefits of HRT are much less likely without them. To learn more about HGH injections please look us up on Google at "The Conscious Evolution Institute of Hormone Replacement Therapy" and visit our website at www dot HGH dot TV.
26 Sep 2017
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How to Prevent Cervical Cancer|best foods to eat to prevent cervical cancer All women are at risk for cervical cancer; however, with regular screening tests and follow-up, cervical cancer is the easiest female cancer to prevent. It is also highly curable when detected and treated early. 1 Get regular screenings. Cervical cancer starts with the presence of HPV (human papillomavirus), which is the most common sexually transmitted infection.[1] Virtually everyone has HPV at least once in their life, if not more; however, the infection most often shows no symptoms so most people are unaware of having it. HPV, over time, can lead to precancerous chances in the sensitive cells around the cervix. This eventually poses the risk of developing into cervical cancer. Most people are able to clear the infection, which eliminates the risk of cervical cancer; however, if you aren't able to clear the infection then you are at risk for cervical cancer. By getting regular screenings, you can catch any suspicious cells early and have them treated.
27 Sep 2017
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How to Prevent stage iv brain cancer|treatment of glioblastoma multiforme grade 4 Brain cancer is an attack of small tumors on the brain or close to it.[1] There are many types of brain tumors that may be benign or malignant, and it is important to note that pediatric brain cancer is very different from brain cancer in adults.[2] In most cases, doctors do not know the cause of brain cancer, though they do know that there are certain risk factors that make you more susceptible to developing the disease.[3] Doctors do not yet understand the major causes of the primary tumors. Although you may not definitively be able to eliminate all chances of getting brain cancer, by understanding your risk factors, the disease, and taking proactive steps such as regular check ups and living a healthy lifestyle, you may decrease your risk of developing tumors or cancer of the brain or surrounding area
27 Sep 2017
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How to Lessen the Risk of Throat Cancer|lung cancer treatment options Throat cancer is a major killer of people around the world every year. It strikes a wide variety of people from very different backgrounds. The major reason for this is that there are a number of important risk factors that cut across social, economic, and ethnic divisions. Fortunately, though, medical professionals and scientists have identified some of the biggest and most dangerous risk factors that cause throat cancer. With some determination and a little bit of work, you can drastically decrease your chance of being struck by this horrible affliction. 1 Avoid tobacco products. One of the biggest causes of throat cancer is tobacco use. As a result, eliminating tobacco from your life can definitely reduce the risk of throat cancer. Common tobacco products include: cigarettes, cigars, and chewing tobacco. Long-term use of tobacco products can increase risk of throat cancer exponentially. Some studies have shown that even short-term use of tobacco products can increase risk of throat cancer substantially over individuals who have never used tobacco.
27 Sep 2017
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How to Prevent Liver Cancer|drinking and liver cancer Liver cancer is a terrible disease. It does not just affect your liver, but also the way your entire body works. Liver cancer is often caused by chronic alcohol abuse as well as exposure to hepatitis B or C, so it is important to understand how to prevent contracting these types of hepatitis when considering liver cancer prevention. While it’s true that liver cancer is a life-threatening condition, there are some things you can do to help prevent yourself from getting it in the first place. Some lifestyle and dietary changes may be necessary to help you avoid liver cancer. 1 Quit smoking. If you smoke, you should quit. If you don’t smoke, continue to stay away from cigarettes. This is an important step. Avoiding cigarettes is crucial, not only to prevent liver cancer, but smoking cigarettes negatively affects your whole body as well.[1] Try to quit smoking by reducing your cigarette consumption a little bit every day or by using cessation aids like nicotine patches. If you have trouble quitting smoking, contact your doctor for more support. If you don't smoke, stay away from people who do. Second-hand smoke is bad for you and can lead to increased risk of liver cancer as well. Watch the level of alcohol you ingest. Over time, drinking large quantities of alcohol can lead to cirrhosis, or scarring, of the liver which can contribute to liver cancer. Try to avoid drinking too much, specifically over long periods of time. Binge drinking (having more than five drinks in one sitting) is especially damaging to your liver. Consider completely eliminating alcohol to minimize the impact it may have on your liver.[2] To maintain your health, women can drink up to one drink per day and men can drink up to two drinks per day
27 Sep 2017
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