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What are signs, symptoms, best treatments for Alzheimer’s disease? Expert weighs in – KSAT San Antonio

With Monday being World Alzheimer’s Day, it’s a good reminder that this is a disease that is still an issue for the short term and will be for the long term, ac…

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In-line Flow Meters for Pure Water Dispensing – News-Medical.net

In-line Flow Meters for Pure Water Dispensing

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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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Flavanols — found in tea, berries and apples — may reduce blood pressure, study finds – 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.

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(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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Research Finds Few Links Between Schools And COVID Cases – NPR

New research has found few links between in-person K-12 schooling and COVID-19 case rates. “There is no consistent pattern,” one study author said.

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Students attend the first day of school in the small town of Labastida, Spain, on Sept. 8. A recent study found no link between coronavirus spikes and school reopenings in the country.
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Despite widespread concerns, two new international studies show no consistent relationship between in-person K-12 schooling and the spread of coronavirus. And a third study from the United States shows no elevated risk to childcare workers who stayed on the job.
Combined with anecdotal reports…

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