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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration requires food processors to implement and validate processes that will result in significantly minimizing or preventing the occurrence of hazards that are reasonably foreseeable in food production. During production of fresh-cut leafy vegetables, microbial contamination that may be present on the product can spread(More)
Received August 4, 2003 Abstract The large published literature on the management of Graves' Hyperthyroidism reflects the persisting controversies regarding optimum management of this common condition. This was highlighted in surveys of the European and American Thyroid Associations in 1986 and 1990 in which expert opinion differed in many areas. Few(More)
Received August 30, 2007 Abstract Vitamin supplementation is a frequent phenomenon in Hong Kong children for various reasons. Vitamin A is amongst the most frequently used vitamin presented in various 'fish oil' supplements, and its toxicity is being widely reported in literature. Hepatopulmonary syndrome is a triad of chronic liver disease; increased(More)
Periodontal disease is defined as chronic inflammatory condition characterized by the destruction of the periodontal tissues causing loss of connective tissue attachment, loss of alveolar bone, and the formation of pathological pockets around the diseased teeth. The use of systemic antibiotics has been advocated for its treatment, but concerns emerged with(More)
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