Cold and Influenza Season Approaching

By |2019-04-12T01:31:58+00:00September 19th, 2016|blog|

The common cold and flu are NEVER caught by getting cold or a draft. It is always spread by direct contact with an infected person, or by larger airborne droplets that are launched a few feet by breathing, coughing, or sneezing as tiny particles that remain in the air until they are inhaled, which enter [...]

The State of the Air Report 2016

By |2016-07-27T17:20:20+00:00July 27th, 2016|blog|

The American Lung Association "State of the Air 2016" study reported continued improvement in air quality in 2012-2014, showing lower levels of year-round particle pollution and ozone, however more than half of all Americans (166 million people) live in counties where they are exposed to unhealthful levels of pollutants.  This is an increase from the 2015 report [...]


By |2016-07-27T17:11:06+00:00July 27th, 2016|blog|

After foliar application, compounds that are not absorbed into leaves can be removed from the leaf surface by dipping or rinsing in dilutions of organic solvents in water. However, interactions between solvent mixtures and the epicuticular wax layer have received little attention, and information on potential physical and chemical intactness of the plant surface following [...]

19 Reasons Why You Might Want to Stop Buying Supermarket Meat

By |2019-04-12T01:31:58+00:00July 27th, 2016|blog|

I thought this was a good enough an article for everyone to read: "19 Reasons Why You Might Want to Stop Buying Supermarket Meat" by Dan Meyers. Warm regards, Dominique If you’re like most Americans, you most likely buy your meat at the supermarket. Be it raw chicken and steaks from the butcher case or [...]

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