excreting


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Caption: The live poliovirus that a man has been excreting differs from the strain he received in a vaccine.
I did not retain most individuals long enough to obtain probable maximum retention times of excreta, but individuals regularly refrained from excreting for up to one month or more, with a maximum of 47 days.
In particular, the compound promotes excreting poisonous metals including mercury and arsenic into the hair, helping alleviate physical disorders.
Excreting an excessive amount of protein stresses the liver and kidneys.
The list is a long one, and could include seeing, hearing, eating or drinking, swallowing or excreting.
McNeill compares us to cyanobacteria, which refashioned the world's atmosphere two billion years ago by excreting oxygen and increasing its presence in the air from one part per trillion to the current one-fifth.