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- Congeners are byproducts produced during the fermentation of alcohol. Brandy, port and some wines contain a congener called methanol, which can be very harmful to the body in high doses. "Methanol is metabolized in the body to formaldehyde, which is ...
- Formaldehyde: Fact & Fiction
- 19 According to ATSDR's Toxicological Profile for Formaldehyde, endogenous formaldehyde is a normal metabolic product that is present at all times throughout the body and is rapidly metabolized, and exogenous formaldehyde induces adverse effects ...
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- It was metabolized slowly, so an overdose persisted. The synthetic form had become standard, and even that is not the standard of care today. Anyway, a digitalis overdose could be a disaster, and his doctor had just left for the weekend.
- "Good" cholesterol not always protective for heart: study
- Normally, HDL is involved in moving cholesterol from peripheral tissues to the liver, where the cholesterol is metabolized and excreted.
- Fighting cavities could one day be as easy as taking a pill, research shows
- A12 has a potent ability to battle a particularly harmful kind of streptococcal bacteria called Streptococcus mutans, which metabolizes sugar into lactic acid, contributing to acidic conditions in the mouth that form cavities.
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