- Gold Bar Park users cause a stink over H2S concerns
- WATCH ABOVE: People who live and play in or near Edmonton's Gold Bar Park are voicing their concerns over a pungent smell wafting through the air lately. And as Margeaux Morin reports, one man says he's learned there's good reason to be concerned.
- Tailored new compound can dramatically reduce brain damage resulting from stroke
- After a stroke, levels of H2S appear to be elevated, leading to brain tissue damage, but the details of how that happens are still a bit of a mystery. So, David B.
- H2S leak forces Seminole evacuation
- According to officials with the Gaines County Emergency Management office officials, roughly 20 homes were evacuated on Tuesday morning as a precaution to potentially dangerous hydrogen sulfide, also commonly known by its chemical abbreviation H2S.
- A step toward reducing brain damage after stroke American Chemical Society
- The neuromodulator is the gas hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Its production is carefully controlled in the brain.
- H2S gemeten op industrieterrein
- Op de hoek van de Maxwellstraat en de Ampèrestraat in Ede heeft de brandweer dinsdag aan het begin van de middag H2S gemeten. De brandweer rukte uit na een melding van gemeentemedewerkers. De stof zat op één plek in een gemaal.
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