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  2. ... sensitive. They said that if you don't use a toner, the pH levels are either too acidic or not as acidic? I can't remember...

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  3. ...open for biologists. I can think of the FDA to be a good place to start looking -or the military.../Colleges aim at producing Ph .Ds. I can think of physicians, ...

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  4. It might be time to pick up a carbon filter for your drinking water.

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  5. ...t allow bacterial growth, damage vaginal tissues, change vaginal pH , prevent vaginal cleaning, or contain harmful substances..., Divacup, etc. - although Mooncup is FDA approved.

    3 Answers · Health · 19/01/2015

  6. ... the FDA approve it. Of course, the FDA is often wrong (sometimes due to bribes and improper...39;re likely not used to hosting any different pH (percentage Hydrogen, since Hydrogen will...

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  8. ...lot of that so called natural stuff is not regulated by the FDA . You don't know what all is in there and what potential effects...

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  9. Sugars (any type) need to be avoided. I simply do not use ORS salts.

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  10. ...day, her hair was falling out. http:// ph .answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AnXmwQlMFw...the body through the skin. Sources: Google FDA .gov & search for Hair Dye & ...

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