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Keeping Your Veterinary Practice Clean & Hygienic

Keeping Your Veterinary Practice Clean & Hygienic

Running a veterinary clinic can be very complex.  Not only does a clinic manager have to deal with their many furry patients, they must make sure that billing is performed accurately, clinic stock is well managed, and the clinic is kept impeccably clean. 
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What Could Be Lurking In Your Drinking Water?

What Could Be Lurking In Your Drinking Water?

Access to clean drinking water is essential for good health.  Unfortunately, for many people living in developing countries, finding safe drinking water is a difficult task as water is often contaminated with natural or synthetic pollutants including bacteria, salts, pesticides and heavy metals.
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The Dummy's guide to lab safety

The Dummy's guide to lab safety

Leaving a Petri dish exposed for a night is not as dangerous as leaving a bottle of Chlorine triflouride, (a substance capable of setting sand on fire), hovering dangerously close to a Bunsen burner, but it is important to be aware of the difference and to understand the risks associated with poor lab safety.
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Fascinating Experiments On The ISS

Fascinating Experiments On The ISS

The International Space Station, (ISS) is a large spacecraft, owned and used by several nations, which orbits around planet earth, housing a unique science laboratory.
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Great Hacks For Deep Cleaning Your Home – Part 2

Great Hacks For Deep Cleaning Your Home – Part 2

Continuing on from our previous blog on the same subject, we have a few more great cleaning hacks to help you get your home in ship shape condition with minimal effort. 
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Great Hacks For Deep Cleaning Your Home – Part 1

Great Hacks For Deep Cleaning Your Home – Part 1

Keeping on top of the cleaning at home can feel like an endless battle at times, particularly if you have children, pets, or both! Take your finger off the pulse for a few days, or longer and the task of getting everything ship shape again can feel incredibly overwhelming. 
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The MRSA Superbug

The MRSA Superbug

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, (MRSA) is a bacterial infection that is frequently associated with health care settings, particularly in hospitals where invasive treatments such as surgeries or the introduction of intravenous tubing take place. Widely referred to as the ‘Superbug’, MRSA is an infection that often hits our headlines...
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Waterborne Viruses

Waterborne Viruses

Viruses are transmitted in several different ways before infecting a host. Some like influenza are airborne viruses, others, for example HIV, are carried by bodily fluids, but many viruses are transmitted through contaminated foods and water streams, infecting the intestinal tract and these are described as enteric viruses.
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The Dangers Of Chlorine

The Dangers Of Chlorine

Chlorine is not dangerous per say, providing it is used safely and always diluted at the correct ratio. It is such a useful chemical and so frequently used that many of us would be lost without it, however it is important to be aware of the potential health risks, after all it is so clean that it can be dangerous! 
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Four New Chemical Elements

Four New Chemical Elements

Four new elements, discovered by scientists in America, Japan and Russia were recently verified by global organisation, The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, (IUPAC), on the 30th of December. This is exciting news because the addition of these latest elements to the periodic table, will see the tables seventh row finally complete.
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