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Could liquid ventilation offer more effective treatment for pneumonia?

Thinking about pneumonia as the cause of death for COVID-19 victims, it seems natural to wonder - why not fight fluid with fluid? Breathing in oxygen through liquid is possible. Although it seems ...
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Is it OK to mix liquid and powdered vitamins + supplements together?

Each week, I'm going to create liquid mixes of: liquid B12 liquid fish oil liquid aloe vera extract powdered Rhodiola Rosea powdered L-Tyrosine Will these chemicals interfere with each other, or ...
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What is the evidence that we need to drink 8 glasses of water each day?

We often hear the advice to drink 8 glasses of water each day. What evidence is there for this recommendation, and how was that amount determined?
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Does persistently masturbating cause weight loss? [closed]

Alright, I will just get it laid out as fast as I can: I masturbate a lot to the point of ridiculousness (average 8-10 times a day (especially when projects are due, or I need to get stuff done)) and ...
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Is honey elemental nutrition, if not why not?

In elemental drinks liquid nutrition is given to patients with ingredients that do not require eznzyme to break them down or any digestive activity. To my knowledge honey contains monosachiride sugar ...
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Green Tea After Dinner [closed]

Where Im from (West Pakistan), there is an old tradition of serving Green Tea after dinner, which is meant to burn the oil & help with digestion. From what I have read, we should drink liquids ...
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Does choice of drink affect severity of hangovers?

I'm sure there are big effects from obvious things like amount of alcohol consumed, individual susceptibility, hydration, and so on. But holding all that constant, I've also seen some unsupported ...
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Are hot liquids better for digestion?

Intuitively, I think cold liquids require energy to move them up to a temperature more suitable for the body. Since hot liquids are closer to our bodies' core temperatures, I figure it's easier for ...