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CHEWCommunity Health Extension Worker (Nigeria)
CHEWCenter for Health Education and Wellness (various locations)
CHEWCulinary History Enthusiasts of Wisconsin
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Seems as if we'd have to chew scrap-wax for these pillars, after all," said a worker.
Both groups were asked to chew pineapple and papaya for 2 minutes, then given time to rest for 5 minutes.
There are several reasons why people chew gum, along with alternative options to help you kick your habit.
And DreamBones fulfill PetMatrix's commitment to making a healthy, tasty and safe product for pets to chew.
In fact, significant chewing may continue for the first 18 to 24 months of a dog's life; given the opportunity, most dogs will happily chew into their senior years.
This is whats going to set On-Time apart from our competitors and give us a huge edge in customer service," Chew said.
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Interestingly participants who didn't chew gum performed slightly better at the beginning of the task but were overtaken by the end.
Dr Dodds cited a 1995 study in which 1,135 Puerto Rican children (10 years old) were made to chew gum between three to five times daily for 40 months.
How he got the job: In September 2010, when executives from InterscopeRecords were brought on board to handle music for the newly revived American Idol TV show, Chew was on their short list of prospects to become musical director.
The difference in chewing shows that animals have changed the way they chew and digest their food and that evolution must have played a role.
At readiness for discharge from the recovery room, patients who were able to chew gum graded the acceptability of their anaesthetic care in general, and gum chewing in particular, with their recovery nurse also grading the acceptability of gum chewing in the recovery room.