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Volume 4 Issue 1

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Background: The intake of breakfast fuels the body with essential nutrients needed for the optimal function and helping the brain to concentrate during the day. Skipping breakfast puts the body at risking of entering into a starvation mode, leading to compensate and overeat later in the day. This current study was conducted between July 2019 an

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Volume 4 Issue 1

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In the applied world of product testing the appropriate number of panelists (base size) involves technical and business considerations. Base sizes range from very low (around six; used in expert panelist profiling) to high (hundreds; used in product tests by marketing researchers). Often base sizes are dictated by the requirement that the proj

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Volume 4 Issue 1

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Objectives: To determine the effectiveness of erythritol and xylitol in the inhibition of gut bacteria possibly associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Clostridium difficile Infection (CDI). Methods: Seven bacterial strains associated with ASD, or with CDI and a control probiotic were tested for polyol inhibitory activity: Clostrid

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Volume 4 Issue 1

Research Article

DOI Number: https://doi.org/10.33805/2576-8484.175

Communicating to Drive Sustainability-A Worked Example with Wind Power

Howard Moskowitz, David JohnThistle, George Ortega, Judah Aber and Attila Gere

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We demonstrate the knowledge-development power of the emerging science of Mind Genomics, doing so by a study of appeals to fund a wind-power project in Texas. The paper focuses on the method, analyses, results, and application of the findings, showing what can be learned and implemented with the easy-to-do and affordable, iterated studies offer

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Volume 4 Issue 1

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We have presented a theory of unification of gravitational force and the electromagnetic force by generalizing Newton‟s law of gravitation to include a dynamic term similar to the Lorentz force of electromagnetic interaction. The inclusion of this dynamic term alone in the gravitational force is enough to develop the entire dynamic theo

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Volume 4 Issue 1

Research Article

DOI Number: https://doi.org/10.33805/2576-8484.173

Inhibition of Rothia Species by Over-the-Counter Products and Bacterial Antagonists

Cannon L Mark, Kabat B, Yogev R, Jantra L, Awan A, Le C, White K and Vorachek A

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The interaction between the human host micro biome and over the counter products has recently been investigated, with surprising results. Some over the counter items may negatively affect the health of the host, supporting the concept of the “hygiene hypothesis”, that is, that disease may be actually caused by the lack of beneficial comm

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Volume 4 Issue 1

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The researchers came up to conduct a study in creating a street lighting system powered up by solar panels that sustains its own power as a stand-alone system off the grid line. By analyzing the collected data

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