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Pond Ecosystem For Kids
Get checked: Severe headache warrants an immediate emergency room referral and evaluation. ...Read more
You decide: Ideal weight" charts are based on fallacies. If we believed them, then most triathletes would be "underweight" and most professional football players -- fantastic athletes -- would be "overweight." your ideal weight is whatever looks and feels right to you and enables you to perform your chosen sport(s) best. ...Read more
No: active ingedients are Vit B and C--neither of which is bad! Indulge! ...Read more
How can I get down to 8% body fat in 12 weeks? I am a 16 year old male, 150 ponds, with 14% body fat.
That is an : Extremely low body fat %. Please discuss your weight loss goals with your physician before hand. ...Read more
What to do if i'm a teenager and i'm approximately 11.4 ponds overweight. What is the best way to lose about 10 pounds fast?
Just be sensible.: The real key to weight loss is to just watch the size of your portions at meals, eat healthy, and exercise regularly. There's no radical diet or exercise plan or pill that will magically give you meaningful and sustained weight loss. The ol' fashioned way is still be best way to lose weight for the long term. Shoot for no more than two pounds weekly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I bought a tub of copper sulfate to get algae out of a pond. Having second thoughts though. Is this stuff harmful even if I get it on my skin?
It can be.: Copper sulfate is a skin irritant if exposed. If it gets in your eyes, it can cause a severe irritation. If swallowed, it will cause vomiting. It's useful as an algicide in VERY low concentrations, but can kill fish in the ponds so treated. Can it be used safely? Yes. Should you be careful in its use? Absolutely. ...Read more
Is it safe to swim in a pond that's in the backyard? *thinking about purchasing a new home and it has a pond (in Clyde Michigan).
Ponds: I would ask a few neighbors whether or not the pond is safe. The pond behind my house in Bloomfield is not safe. ...Read more
I think I have amoebas but i haven't been in any lakes or ponds or anything except the shower and its city water is it possible to get amoebas from it?
Many ways to get: I'm not sure why you think you have amoeba in particular. Intestinal parasites are very common but the symptoms are non-specific ; overlap so it's hard to distinguish between amoeba, giardia, blastocystis hominis etc. By symptoms. One can get some parasites (not amoeba) from city water but this is rare. It's more common from eating certain foods- see https://humaworm.Com/how_we_get_parasites.Html. ...Read more