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Sweat, Halitosis, Flatulence & Cheesy Feet
Halitosis In the majority of cases, the cause of bad breath, or halitosis, is the product of bacteria in the mouth. These bacteria produce waste products, and it’s these chemical compounds that contribute towards halitosis. The phenomenon of ‘coffee breath’ has been linked by the Journal of ...
Human blood, as well as that of most other vertebrates, is red as a result of haemoglobin, a large protein found in red blood cells which contains iron atoms within its structure. Haemoglobin is what’s known as a respiratory pigment, and it plays a vital role in the body, ferrying oxygen around ...
The Chemistry of Hay Fever
With the arrival of summer comes a rather less welcome arrival – allergic rhinitis, more commonly known as hay fever. Despitethe pollens of trees, grasses and weeds being the origin of hay fever, it’s a chemical produced in our bodies that’s actually to blame for the symptoms – and we’ve got the ...