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Eating chocolate is a danger to dogs

CHOCOLATE made for human consumption can cause death in dogs. Dogs are sensitive to a class of chemicals called methylxanthines. Caffeine and theobromine are members of that family. Dogs simply cannot metabolise and excrete methylxanthines as ... EuroWeeklyNews, 1 month ago
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Asthma Therapeutics in Asia-Pacific Markets to 2021 - High Prevalence and Launch of Late-Stage Biologics will Drive the Market in Spite of Affordability Concerns

Asthma is a common chronic inflammatory disease of the airways, characterized by recurrent attacks of breathlessness and wheezing, which vary in frequency and severity from patient to patient. The exact causes of asthma are currently unknown, and ...
 MyNewsDesk4 days ago High Prevalence of Asthma Boosts Asthma Therapeutics Market in Asia Pacific: MarketResearchReports.Biz  Digital Journal1 week ago Energy Drinks Market in the US to Grow at a CAGR of 11.42% 2015-2019  Digital Journal3 weeks ago APAC Alzheimer's and Asthma Therapeutics Market to Grow respectively at $5.1 billion and $5.6 billion Forecasts to 2021  TickerTech.com3 weeks ago

More doggie stories out of the food industry

Readers may have noticed our previous article which spelt out the scientific basis for the lethal connection between chocolate and dogs. Now comes another set of tales to add to the tail of the article. Gelatissimo to sell dog-friendly gelato this ...
 Australian Food News1 month ago

Researchers say chocolate good for your brain

Forget fish — it seems that it's chocolate that's brain food. Chocolate is good for your memory and other cognitive skills, according to researchers from the universities of Maine and South Australia. Those who ate the sweet treat at least ...
 MWEB1 month ago New Yorkers Might Need More Chocolate Consumptions, Research Suggests  Food World News1 month ago Looking to Boost Your Brainpower? Try Chocolate.  MSN Philippines1 month ago Chocolate is good for your brain  Herald Sun1 month ago

Chocolate link with deep outer space mystery

Is there a link between the DC Comics hero Superman and the lethal effects for canine pets from eating chocolate? While chocolate is an enjoyable energising treat for most humans, it's a potentially fatal food for dogs, just as lethal as kryptonite ...
 Australian Food News1 month ago

Patent Issued for Implantable Cardiac Device with Dyspnea Measurement (USPTO 9277885)

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at -- From Alexandria, Virginia , NewsRx journalists report that a patent by the inventors Hopper, Donald L. ( Maple Grove, MN ); Voegele , John ( Bethel, MN ); Hartley, Jesse W. ( Lake Elmo, MN ); Scheiner, ...
 Equities.com1 month ago Researchers Submit Patent Application, "Method and Dosage Regimens for Eliminating a Chemical Substance in Blood", for Approval (USPTO 20160051540)  Equities.com1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Chocolate is brain food. Who knew?

In the mid 1970s, psychologist Merrill Elias began tracking the cognitive abilities of more than a thousand people in the state of New York. The goal was fairly specific: to observe the relationship between people's blood pressure and brain ...
 Agri Portal South Africa1 month ago Eating chocolate makes you smarter  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago The magical thing eating chocolate does to your brain  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Chocolate for your brain  Oman Tribune1 month ago
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