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  • Contaminants in food

    Just under 60 percent of the German population view undesirable substances in food as a high or very high health risk. The most well-known of these substances, which are scientifically denoted as contaminants, are mercury compounds and dioxins. In contrast, only around 13 percent of respondents have more

  • Multi-nutrient rice against malnutrition

    ETH researchers have developed a new rice variety that not only has increased levels of the micronutrients iron and zinc in the grains, but also produces beta-carotene as a precursor of vitamin A. This could help to reduce micronutrient malnutrition, or «hidden hunger», which is widespread in develo more

  • On the Path to Vitamin A in Rice

    The lack of vitamin A in food is a major cause of health problems worldwide and can lead to blindness and even death. This is especially a problem in threshold or third-world countries, where children are likely to suffer from a lack of vitamin A or its precursor beta-carotene due to malnourishment. more

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RICE RICE is a treatment method for soft tissue injury which is an abbreviation for Rest , Ice , Compression and Elevation . Primary four terms Rest Rest is a key part of repair. Without rest, continual strain is placed on the area, leading ... more


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