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Nitrosamines: Latest on Condoms and Cervical cancer

Nitrosamines Condoms and Cervical cancer

Research has shown that people working in factories and warehouses with lots of latex around do have a higher exposure to nitrosamines, especially when they work there for decades. As with all other chemical exposures in our environment, it’s all a matter of scale. If you’re worried about chemicals in your environment, check out helpful recommendations about reducing your exposure.

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Renal anatomical and physiological similarities of pig and human

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Pigs are mammals. Consequently, all of the major structures found in humans are present in the fetal pig. With proper directions, they can all be readily found, especially with large, full term fetal pig specimens. There are a some differences in structural details, mostly relatively minor in nature. Some examples are given below.

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Nurses and surgical team from the United States successfully tested a pig kidney transplant on a human patient.

The surgical team examines the pig kidney for any signs of hyperacute rejection, as the organ was implanted outside the body to allow for observation and tissue sampling during the 54-hour study period, at NYU Langone in New York, U.S., in this undated handout photo. Joe Carrotta for NYU Langone Health/Handout via REUTERS .Read More

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Sleeping Tips? 4 Effective Ways to get better sleep

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Having trouble sleeping? well, you are not the only one. A lot of people can’t get enough sleep for various reasons, but it’s really nothing to panic about. In this article you will find why you are not getting enough sleep and most importantly ways to fall asleep faster and get more than enough rest.

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