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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.

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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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There is not yet enough study regarding influence of resting surfaces and stall types on production diseases but as well-known increasing the softness of resting surface and proper stall type can increase the time that the cows spend lying down, which is an advantage for cow comfort, health and probably overall production.
Globally, mastitis accounts for about 38 percent of the total direct costs of common production diseases (Kossaibati and Esslemont,1997).
The successful provider will work with the Department of Life Sciences Equine Science Programme providers to provide teaching and laboratory instruction and support in virological, bacteriological, haematological, nutritionall and molecular diagnostic techniques used for endemic and exotic infectious and production diseases of the horse.
Production diseases compromise health and welfare, generating inefficiencies which impact adversely on profitability, environmental footprint, antibiotic use and product quality.

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