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Are plastics safe for kids to eat from every day?

If you are a Mum of school age or kindy age kids then you probably are putting your child’s lunch into some form of plastic container or glad wrap bag every day for school. 108 more words

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How to Preserve Your Testosterone Level

Around the world, men’s testosterone levels are dropping.

They’ve dropped 25% since the 1980’s. Men with lower testosterone levels often gain more weight, have a lower libido, more sexual functioning issues, less energy, and are generally more irritable. 270 more words

The Link Between Asthma and This Chemical

Bisphenol A, or BPA, lurks in the plastics of all kinds of consumer goods, from can linings to plastic bottles—but its influence doesn’t end with the product. 315 more words

Bengkel Pemantapan Perkhidmatan Rujukan Perpustakaan UiTM


Bengkel Pemantapan Perkhidmatan Rujukan Perpustakaan UiTM
Tarikh: 14-15 Oktober 2014 (Selasa-Rabu)
Tempat : Bilik Seminar (Hari Pertama) & Pusat IT (Hari Kedua)
Peserta : Pustakawan yang mengendalikan perkhidmatan rujukan PUiTM – 50 orang peserta … 190 more words

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Bengkel Pemantapan Perkhidmatan Rujukan Perpustakaan UiTM


Bengkel Pemantapan Perkhidmatan Rujukan Perpustakaan UiTM
Tarikh: 14-15 Oktober 2014 (Selasa-Rabu)
Tempat : Bilik Seminar (Hari Pertama) & Pusat IT (Hari Kedua)
Peserta : Pustakawan yang mengendalikan perkhidmatan rujukan PUiTM – 50 orang peserta… 187 more words

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The Link Between BPA and Prostate Health Uncovered

A male patient recently complained: “I know I don’t have cancer. But, I have had all of the prostate blood tests, have had a physical exam, and have even had 12 biopsies of my prostate, and my urologist cannot tell me why my prostate is enlarged.” 609 more words

Toxicity

Higher levels of BPA in children and teens associated with obesity

27 SEP 2012
NEW YORK – In a nationally representative sample of nearly 3,000 children and adolescents, those who had higher concentrations of urinary bisphenol A (BPA), a manufactured chemical found in consumer products, had significantly increased odds of being obese, according to a study in the September 19 issue of JAMA, and theme issue on obesity. 611 more words

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