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Is the pH in bottled water imporant?

Is the pH in bottled water imporant?

No guidline on PH: According to the who, there is no health based guidline for ph in drinking water. The who measures the corrosivity of water by measuring its ph. The lower the ph, the more corrosive it is. The ph of pure water is 7. Although the who claims that ph usually has no impact on people who drink it, its important in determining the health of the distribution system. ...Read more

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Does soaking okra in water and drinking the water lower blood sugar ?

Does soaking okra in water and drinking the water lower blood sugar ?

No: The carbohydrate in okra supposedly slows the uptake of sugar into the blood.stream. But this can be said of the soluble fiber in lots of foods. It is not a treatment for diabetes. I can't believe okra water would do even THAT much. ...Read more

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I filtered lukewarm water in the Brita filter jug. Will the chemicals in the plastic leach?

I filtered lukewarm water in the Brita filter jug. Will the chemicals in the plastic leach?

Water : I am not in favor of putting warm or hot water in plastic jug because chemicals can leach to water. So use steel or copper jug. ...Read more

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Water in ear, should I worry of brain eating aomeba? Live in in, 40 degree weather, well water.

Water in ear, should I worry of brain eating aomeba? Live in in, 40 degree weather, well water.

No: Take it easy. Just keep the ear dry. If any concerns check with your physician or a ENT specialist. Good luck ! ...Read more

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From NJ,I boil my tap water and fill in a bottle.I used it the a day later.Will the warmth due to boiling cultivate Naegleria Fowleri?

From NJ,I boil my tap water and fill in a bottle.I used it the a day later.Will the warmth due to boiling cultivate Naegleria Fowleri?

Relax: Between 1962 & 2016, there were NO case-reports of Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis caused by Naegleria fowleri in New Jersey. ...Read more

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Would water aborbed in the bowelcontain any activated charcoal, which would therefore end up being filtered through the kidneys and passed in the urin?

Would water aborbed in the bowelcontain any activated charcoal, which would therefore end up being filtered through the kidneys and passed in the urin?

No: The water absorbed from your bowels is pure. It can then go to the kidneys. You don't absorb the charcoal, and it doesn't show up in your urine. ...Read more

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Does Soak feet in warm water and salt increase the blood pressure?

Does Soak feet in warm water and salt increase the blood pressure?

No: Should not make any difference - may lower it a little if the experience relaxes you ...Read more

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Does the extra salt intake affect blood pressure in someone w cf?

Does the extra salt intake affect blood pressure in someone w cf?

yes: Extra salt raises blood pressure in most people (with some individual variation). The american heart association advises prudent salt use. ...Read more

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Son is 2y old,still boiling the drinking water for him(although bottled water),in egypt afraid of water even bottled,is okay? Or water loses sodium?

Son is 2y old,still boiling the drinking water for him(although bottled water),in egypt afraid of water even bottled,is okay? Or water loses sodium?

Boiled is safer: Water that has been boiled is safer, because germs and parasites have been cooked. People get their sodium from salt in food. In modern societies, we already eat too much sodium, and therefore need no additional sodium from our water. Other ways to make water safe include using special water filters and adding a specific tiny amount of bleach to partially treated water. ...Read more

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How much water is in / goes through the vagina when your water breaks ( giving birth). ? In liters /mililiters / ect.

How much water is in / goes through the vagina when your water breaks ( giving birth). ?  In liters /mililiters  / ect.

Believe it or not...: There is not a lot of data on the actual volume. There are various fluid indices, but measurement of the volume is not typical. Based on prior dye-dilution techniques, it would be approximately 500 to 4000ml. ...Read more

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Can HIV blood survive in sealed water bottle in fridge.

Can HIV blood survive in sealed water bottle in fridge.

No: The HIV virus does not survive for very long at all outside the human body and then would not survive well in contact with your saliva and acidic saliva if swallowed even if it were remarkably still viable which again, I would highly highly doubt. Best wishes to you. ...Read more

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How can I prepare10 mm solution of sodium nitroprusside was prepared in distilled water.?

How can I prepare10 mm solution of sodium nitroprusside was prepared in distilled water.?

RU an RN?: If you're a nurse, the pharmacy will assist you. If you're not, you shouldn't be doing this at home! ...Read more

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Why is sodium fluoride put in our water?

Why is sodium fluoride put in our water?

It reduces cavities: When Fluoride is absorbed into the body of a child developing teeth, the Fluoride gets incorporated into the calcified matrix of dental enamel. This Fluoride reinforced enamel is more resistant to tooth decay than enamel without fluoride. This reduces the incidence of cavities and promotes healthier teeth. ...Read more

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I feel pain in my legs, it is due to the loss of salt from the body, bcuz of the warm climate here. Can i drink water mixed with table salt?

I feel pain in my legs, it is due to the loss of salt from the body, bcuz of the warm climate here. Can i drink water mixed with table salt?

Wrong diagnosis: It is very unlikely that low sodium has anything to do with leg pains. You should see your doctor for a correct diagnosis before you start treating. The typical american diet has much too much salt and adding table salt to your drinking water is an unhealthy idea. In addition if you are taking Ibuprofen it already makes you retain sodium. ...Read more