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WHY DOES YOUR PEE SMELL WHEN YOU EAT ASPARAGUS?
Asparagus contains a sulfur compound called mercaptan. It is also found in onions, garlic, rotten eggs, and in the secretions of skunks. The signature smell occurs when this substance is broken down in your digestive system. Not all people have the gene for the enzyme that breaks down mercaptan, so some of you can eat all the asparagus you want without stinking up the place. One study published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology found that only 46 percent of British people tested produced the odor while 100 percent of French people tested did

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WHY DOES YOUR PEE SMELL WHEN YOU EAT ASPARAGUS?
Asparagus contains a sulfur compound called mercaptan. It is also found in onions, garlic, rotten eggs, and in the secretions of skunks. The signature smell occurs when this substance is broken down in your digestive system. Not all people have the gene for the enzyme that breaks down mercaptan, so some of you can eat all the asparagus you want without stinking up the place. One study published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology found that only 46 percent of British people tested produced the odor while 100 percent of French people tested did

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Although it may sound like a plausible weight loss plan, the scientific evidence for using hCG injections is lacking.
In 1995, the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology published an analysis of research showing no benefit of hCG in promoting weight loss. A December 2009 position paper of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians concluded they did not recommend hCG as a weight loss aid.
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Most Psychotropic Meds Increase Driving Risk
September 17, 2012
Taking psychotropic drugs increases the risk of patients having a motor vehicle accident (MVA), according to new research.
"It's long been nown that psychotropic drugs impair cognitive and driving performance, but most studies have mainly examined the effect of benzodiazepines; few have examined the effect of antipsychotic drugs and/or antidepressants."
- Dr. H. Tsai, Nat'l Health Research Institutes [as told to Medscape Medical News]
The study was published 9/12/12 in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
Psychotropic Drugs and Risk of Motor Vehicle Accidents: a Population-based Case-Control Study
Chia-Ming Chang1, Erin Chia-Hsuan Wu2, Chuan-Yu Chen3, Kuan-Yi Wu1, Hsin-Yi Liang1, Yeuk-Lun Chau1, Chi-Shin Wu4, Keh-Ming Lin5, Hui-Ju Tsai6,7,*
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