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Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that is necessary to form collagen; so is implicated in the synthesis of skin, scar tissue, tendons, ligaments, and blood vessels, the healing of wounds, and for...


Riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2, is an easily absorbed, water-soluble micronutrient with a key role in maintaining human health. Vitamin B2 is a water-soluble vitamin, one that cannot be stored...


Sanitation is promoting health through prevention of human contact with the hazards of waste through proper hygeine. It is important in hospitals to prevent the spread of hospital acquired infection...

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After Decades of Clean up Attempts, World's Lakes Still Suffer from Phosphorus Pollution

In a series of studies published in a special issue of the journal Water Research, leading scientists assess how to control phosphorus pollution in lakes

Sailing: Athletes fed up with Rio water-quality complaints

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Despite reports of dangerous levels of pollution in Rio's Guanabara Bay and concerns that floating garbage could damage or slow competitors' boats, sailors at the 2016 Olymp...

The Olympians can leave. Brazil’s poor live with filthy, reeking water every day

Olympians are worried about pollution in the water venues, but for many Brazilians, filthy waterway are part of daily life. And it’s making them sick.

Statistics Done Wrong, And How To Do Better

Statistics is hard, often counterintuitive, and burdened with esoteric mathematical equations. Statistics classes can be boring and demanding; students might be tempted to call it “Sadistics....

Tiny algae ideal for sniffing out nutrient pollution in water

(Drexel University) Tiny algae, called diatoms, living in water could be key to providing a definitive and clear measure of whether streams, rivers and lakes have damaging levels of nutrients in them.

Team Testing New Scanner on Egypt's Great Pyramid

NewsWhat mysteries might still be hidden under Egypt's pyramids? A team accompanied by Egypt's former antiquities minister and famed archaeologist Zahi Hawass are testing a new scanner on the Great Py...

New way to model molecules

magine a future in which hyper-efficient solar panels provide renewable sources of energy, improved water filters quickly remove toxins from drinking water, and the air is scrubbed clean of poll...

Air pollution increases risk of death in Gothenburg

(University of Gothenburg) People who live where there are high levels of air pollution have an increased risk of dying prematurely. Air pollution levels in Gothenburg have, however, decreased by half...

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New insight into the correlations between land use and water quality in a coastal watershed of China: Does point source pollution weaken it?

Uncovering the associations between land use and river water quality is useful for managing land-based pollution in the catchment-coast continuum. However, it is not clear how land use affects water q...

Evaluating a tap water contamination incident attributed to oil contamination by non-targeted screening strategies.

The present study applied non-targeted screening techniques as a novel approach to evaluate the tap water samples collected during the "4.11" tap water pollution incident occurred on April 11, 2014 in...

Mobility and Fate of Pollutants in the Aquifer System of the Northwestern Suez Gulf, Egypt.

The northwestern part of Suez Gulf region is a strategic area in Egypt. It includes important sources of national income. To achieve the development goals, the government has established huge projects...

Using devitalized moss for active biomonitoring of water pollution.

This paper presents the results of an experiment carried out for the first time in situ to select a treatment to devitalize mosses for use in active biomonitoring of water pollution. Three devitalizin...

In situ combined chemical and biological assessment of estrogenic pollution in a water recycling system.

Estrogenic pollution and its control in aquatic systems have drawn substantial attention around the world. The chemical and biological assessment approaches currently utilized in the laboratory or fie...

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