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The plant Camellia sinensis yields a variety of white, green and black tea. Tea is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, next only to water for enjoyment and health. In general, green tea has been found to be superior to black tea in terms of health benefits. The major...
Background . Four adult patients presented with fever and chest symptoms following accidental aspiration of kerosene oil while siphoning ( n = 3) and use as an analgesic mouthwash ( n = 1). Results . The patients developed clinical pneumonia with effusion and one patient developed empyema. All...
Background . Clinical rickets is a childhood bone disorder that is infrequently seen in the Western World. It is still frequently seen in Uzbekistan, Eastern Europe. This is the first study undertaken to estimate the prevalence and factors associated with deficiency of vitamin D in infants in...
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