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production

 [pro-duk´shun]
the creation or bringing forth of something.
carbon dioxide production the amount of carbon dioxide produced by the tissues, measured as the amount of carbon dioxide given off by the lungs; normally 200 ml/min (or 3.0 ml/kg/min), but increased with increased metabolic rate.

production

Substance abuse The manufacture, planting, cultivation, growing, or harvesting of a controlled substance or marijuana

Patient discussion about production

Q. Is it safe for teenagers to use weight loss products? This isn't an ethical question, but quite literally asking if it is safe for a teenager to use weight loss solutions like weight loss milkshakes and other things of that nature. Thanks in advance!

A. From health point of view- there shouldn’t be a problem if those products are safe. But from an educational view- the minute you start relaying on weight loss products to loose weight for you- you become lazy. Then you’ll loose weight and gain it back with some extra. You need to start acquiring good habits while you are young- balanced nutrition and sports.

Q. i am diabetic :( what is the right diet for me? should i avoid sugar based products? what is the amount of sugar in the blood that consider to be normal ?

A. You may find it all here:

www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/diabeticdiet.html

Q. are colon cleansing products safe and are they beneficial?

A. Unless you are having a problem with regularity I wouldn't fool around with cleansing products. Eat more fruits and vegetables and drink LOTS of water. Before I would do any colon cleansing I would add a product like metamucil or bran.

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ARSC noted that the design of the HydraStax allows for lower-cost mass production. The hydrogen fuel cell features proprietary technology designed to increase the efficiency and useful life of fuel cell membranes.
The only remaining challenges were the stabilization of performance and development of mass production technologies.
The "Plug-in Austin" campaign will include a city council resolution supporting the mass production of plug-in HEVs; funds from electric utilities to help local governments, businesses and citizens purchase plug-in HEVs; commitments for fleet orders of plug-in HEVs by local governmental agencies and businesses; and a grassroots petition drive to collect signatures from citizens encouraging automakers to mass produce plug-in hybrids.
Greg Pahl's introduction opens with the history of biodiesel development and use, considering its biodegradable qualities, easy production process lending to either mass production or home small-scale production, and its potential in this country.
* The AlgoRhythms fabrication process uses a new form of mass-customization, allowing each item to be fabricated differently, eventually with the same speed and efficiency that mass production uses to make identical items.
Sony Corp., Tokyo, Japan, says it will start mass production of organic light emitting diode (OLED) display panels for mobile devices from spring 2004, Dow Jones Business News reports.
Toshiba now plans to apply the new process to the mass production of system LSIs for mobile products in 2005.
Professor Orme's article introduces an intriguing concept: medieval mass production. Does `Buying a rattle ...
Beginning in early 2002, the jointly owned company, called Frontier Carbon Corp., says it will make fullerenes available in quantity at prices 10 to 100 times lower than those currently prevailing, with mass production anticipated to reach 1500 tons/yr by 2004.
I'M NOT SO PRECIOUS I DON'T HAVE TIME TO DO MY OWN WORK." At a moment when mass production dominated the larger culture, which many artists mimicked by shopping out their work, Westermann championed old-fashioned skill and self-reliance.
This shift made mass production possible, taking distribution out of doctors' control.
Yet, he argues, contrary to what one might expect based on the model of mass production derived from conventional accounts of the triumph of the British cotton textile industry, it was the more "flexible" silk industry of Lyons that won out.