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STC inaugurates fire training structure, first-of-its-kind in the RGV

Texas Border Business 18 Jul 2024
... features advanced fire training technology powered by liquid propane gas, a clean-burning fuel that will allow students and professional firefighters to train in a controlled, toxin-free environment.
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‘I’m tired of doing things wrong’: Viewers torn after woman puts can of food in ...

The Daily Dot 16 Jul 2024
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), botulism is a "serious illness caused by a toxin that attacks the body's nerves ... to grow and make botulinum toxin," the CDC reports.
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Simris Biologics enters into a collaboration agreement with New Zealand Universities to develop peptide drug conjugates (PDC)

Pharmiweb 11 Jul 2024
Under this agreement, Simris will supply specific Simris IP protected novel payload toxins for use as part of a peptide drug conjugate (PDC) research programme aiming to control or regulate ...
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NASA researchers battle biofilm in space

Phys Dot Org 11 Jul 2024
One promising test involved duckweed, a plant already recognized as a natural water purification system and for its ability to capture toxins and control wastewater odor.
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Ask the doctors: Lifestyle changes key to managing fatty liver disease

The Spokesman-Review 09 Jul 2024
This impedes the liver’s ability to carry out its numerous crucial functions, such as clearing toxins from the blood, aiding in blood sugar control and making and storing vitamins and other nutrients.
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India supports advancement of standards for spices to enhance international trade

Beijing News 03 Jul 2024
Additionally, India backed the progression of standards for named vegetable oils, guidelines for the control of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli, and the safe use and reuse of water in food production and processing ... (ANI) .
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India supports advancement of standards development for different spices for smoother int'l trade

Beijing News 03 Jul 2024
Additionally, India backed the progression of standards for named vegetable oils, guidelines for the control of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli, and the safe use and reuse of water in food production and processing ... (ANI) .
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Coffee recall: See full list of products impacted by Snapchill's canned coffee drink recall

app 25 Jun 2024
Botulism is an illness caused by bacteria that produce toxins in food states the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Coffee recall: See full product list of Snapchill canned coffee recall, including Ohio

Cincinnati.com 25 Jun 2024
... deadly toxin, according to Food and Drug Administration's recall announcement ... Botulism is an illness caused by bacteria that produce toxins in food, per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Major botulism outbreak leaves 30 Muscovites in intensive care

Russia Today 17 Jun 2024
Foodborne botulism is caused by eating foods that have been contaminated with botulinum toxin, described by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as “one of the most lethal ...
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Beetles conquered Earth by evolving their own biochemical laboratory, new study finds

Phys Dot Org 17 Jun 2024
They found that rove beetles hit upon a mechanism of toxin secretion that is strikingly similar to how plants control the release of chemical compounds that deter herbivores. They bind the toxin to a ...
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The Scents and Colors Mosquitoes Are Drawn to

Time Magazine 17 Jun 2024
If the mosquitoes are attracted to that perfume, then researchers can lace it with a toxin that can kill the insects. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has called the mosquito “the ...
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Japan: Record spike in ‘flesh-eating bacteria’ cases, can kill in 2 days

Interesting Engineering 17 Jun 2024
STSS is a severe and potentially life-threatening illness caused by GAS bacteria which emit toxins leading to certain symptoms ... The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated, “Even with treatment, STSS can be deadly ... .
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‘Tis the season for swimming and bacteria alerts in lakes, rivers

Penn Live 15 Jun 2024
TUFTONBORO, N.H ... E ... They can quickly grow out of control, or “bloom,” and some produce toxins that make people and animals sick, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ... ....

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