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Anatomy of the Eye The eyeball is located in the orbital cavity , which contains it and protects it. It is a pyramid-shaped bone structure, with a posterior apex and anterior base. The wall of the bulb is formed of three concentric tunics which, from the outside towards the inside, are: External frog (fibrous): formed by the sclera and cornea Medium (vascular) tunic also called uvea : formed by the choroid , the ciliary body and the crystalline
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Invokana - canagliflozin

What is Invokana - canagliflozin used for and what is it used for? Invokana is a diabetes medicine containing the active substance canagliflozin . It is indicated in adult patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus to improve blood glucose (sugar) control. Invokana can be used as the only therapy when diet and exercise alone do not provide adequate control of blood glucose levels in patients who cannot take metformin (another antidiabetic medicine)
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Devil's claw

What is the devil's claw? Devil's Claw is the dialectal name of the Harpagophytum ( Harpagophytum procumbens ), a perennial climbing plant that belongs to the Pedaliacee family. The genus Harpagophytum is the same as sesame. The devil's claw is known in English with the nouns of: "grapple plant", "wood spider" (wooden spider) and "devil's claw" (devil's claw)
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Are raw eggplants toxic?

Eggplants belong to the family of the solanaceae, which includes many edible and other poisonous species. Among the most used solanaceae for human nutrition we find tomatoes, peppers and chillies, the aforementioned aubergines and potatoes. As for the poisonous solanaceae, the toxicity depends on the presence of psychoactive alkaloids, among which the best known is solanine
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Dandelion: Nutritional Properties, Role in Diet and How to Cook by R.Borgacci

What's this What is the dandelion? Dandelion - in English, "common dandelion" - is the common name of the dandelion ( T. officinale ), a spontaneous grassy plant of the Composite or Asteraceae Family. Dandelion is used for both food and herbal purposes; from the nutritional point of view, it is framed in the VI and VII fundamental group of foods, with particular relevance to the latter - given the very high concentration of retinol equivalents (RAE - provitamine A)
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Treating Depression with Herbs

This article aims to help the reader in the rapid identification of natural remedies useful in the treatment of various symptoms, disorders and pathologies. For some of the listed remedies, this utility may not have been confirmed by sufficient experimental tests conducted with a scientific method. Furthermore, any natural remedy presents potential risks and contraindications
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