It requires only a little bit of common sense to realize that the menstrual fluid is as natural as any other discharge of body wastes
. During child birth so much other waste discharges happen and even in large quantity like placenta which is most essential for the growth and development of a baby.
Humans produce huge volumes of body waste
, this being multiplied alarmingly in areas of dense population.
If our heart beats willy-nilly, if our gut digests food regardless of our will, if our kidney filtrates body waste
whether we like it or not, to what extent are we really in control of our thoughts and actions?
Dear EarthTalk: Pharmaceuticals were in the news again recently, how they are polluting water and raising a host of health issues because we dispose of them both unused and used through body waste
It was a request to the Landfill Communities Fund of Waste Recycling Group (WRG) run by the environmental body Waste
Recycling Environmental Ltd (WREN).
At the same time, saline or salt water passes as body waste
would through the fiber.
It is an extremely important organ which handles our food and body waste
Cerumen is the technical 7 name for what body waste
His demons drove him to disfigure his face and let his body waste
When the Western Mail revealed in April 2008 that Ms Richards - manager of the publicly-funded body Waste
Awareness Wales (WAW) - would be taking up the post, we disclosed details of a leaked e-mail in which she claimed her work would benefit "communications activity" for WAW.
PARATEST it is a prefilled container used for filtering, concentrating, and recovering parasites from fixed/preserved body waste
. The filtration device utilizes a 266-[micro] polyester mesh and a cone-shaped opening to maximize the filtration areas.
In human terms it would mean sharing your lounge with the entire street, no access to daylight and sitting in your own body waste
for so long it burnt your legs - if you weren't culled for being too small first.
VA has prescribed and issued to me a particular pouch/appliance to catch body waste
. I have been satisfied with this item; it meets my needs.
You know, the convention that says prisoners have the right to a cell that doesn't reek of their own body waste
.While some of us struggle with such rights, the Europeans have been living happily with them for years.
Recycle (1926): 1: to pass again through a series of changes or treatments: as a: to process (as liquid body waste
, glass or cans) in order to regain material for human use b: RECOVER 2: to adapt to a new use: ALTER 3: to bring back: REUSE <a light, chatty tribute that recycles a number of good anecdotes--Larry McMurtry> 4: to make ready for reuse <the plan to recycle long-vacant tenements> vi 1: to return to an earlier point in a countdown 2: to return to an original condition so that operation can begin again--used of an electronic device--recyclable (adj.)--recycler (n)