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- Sorbitol revisited. // Body Bulletin;Jun96, p4
Lists products which are hidden sources of sorbitol. product; Class; Sorbitol per dose.
- Sorbitol. // Chemical Market Reporter;06/29/98, Vol. 253 Issue 26, p33
Provides information pertaining to Sorbitol. List of producers; Price; Strength and weakness.
- The Bombay University Department of Chemical Technology. // Chemical Business;Feb96, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p50
Presents an abstract of a doctoral thesis on studies in liquid phase catalytic hydrogenation and dehydration of sorbitol submitted to the Chemical Engineering Division of the Bombay University Department of Chemical Technology in India.
- Working to avoid allergen-related recalls. Webber, Liz // Supermarket News Expert Blog;3/10/2014, p7
The article focuses on the initiative of the Food Marketing Institute's (FMI) food protection committee to focus on allergens and help educate U.S. retailers on how to avoid food recalls in 2014. Undeclared allergens made up around 42% of the 134 food recalls by the Food and Drug Administration...
- TIP OF THE WEEK. // Pulse;6/2/2010, Vol. 70 Issue 19, p11
No abstract available.
- Allergy-proof your home. // Prevention;Jan94, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p52
Tells how to make your home a haven from allergens. Comments by Dr. Stanley J. Szefler of the National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine, and other experts; Allergins, including dust mites, dander, cockroaches, mold and pollen; Carpet care; Vacuuming; A room-by-room defense...
- Trigger-proofing your environment is first step to controlling symptoms. // Mayo Clinic Health Letter;Feb1996, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p5
Outlines ways to avoid indoor and outdoor allergens. Includes cleaning regularly; Reducing pet dander; Decontaminating decors.
- Better Allergen Labeling. // Environmental Nutrition;Jul2001, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p3
Focuses on the guidelines in identifying major allergens in the food by the Food Allergy Issue Alliance in the United States.
- CLEANING UP INDOOR ALLERGENS. Kreiter, Ted // Saturday Evening Post;Jan/Feb95, Vol. 267 Issue 1, p54
Focuses on indoor allergens. Dust mites; Molds; Dogs and cats; Indoor allergens as a major factor in asthma. INSET: For more information..