a) run it under the tap and pop it in?
b) spit on it and do the same?
c) use the cleaning solution your optometrist insists you use?
d) replace it with a new lens?
e) do any of the above. It doesnt really matter.
Dont do what champion boxer and rugby league legend Anthony Mundine did in 2007 and go for (b) spit on your lens. He ended up in hospital with a severe eye infection.
If you chose c), its true that rubbing your lens with the cleaning solution for 20 seconds will remove some microb…
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- Some patients develop diabetes, experiencing life-threatening symptoms that require immediate medical attention.
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In-line Flow Meters for Pure Water Dispensing – News-Medical.net
In-line Flow Meters for Pure Water Dispensing
Titan Enterprises have been offering in-line flow meters for dispensing liquids such as pure water for nearly 40 years
Today, this type of flow device can fulfill critical roles in measuring the rate of flow and volume of pure waters in areas including laboratory water purification dispensers, semiconductor cleaning processes, and in a growing number of pharmaceutical applications.
In all these applications, contamination of the pure water must be avoided. Consequently, it is crucial that any flow…
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People who consume a diet rich in flavanol-heavy food — such as berries, tea and apples — tend to have lower blood pressure, according to a new study.
(CNN)People who consume a diet rich in flavanol-heavy food — such as berries, tea and apples — tend to have lower blood pressure, according to a new study.
Researchers in the United Kingdom studied the diets of more than 25,000 people in the UK and compared what they ate with their blood pressure, which is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
While other studies have found a link between flavanols and health benefits, this study was the first to measure intake of the compounds objectively…
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