Results 1 - 10 of 14 for HELIUM
  1. ... as butane (lighter fluid), computer cleaning spray, freon , helium, nitrous oxide (laughing gas), which is found in ...
  2. ... machine aims tiny, invisible particles, called protons or helium ions, at the cancer cells to kill them ...
  3. ... could use other. You could use, for example, helium; but as a convention, carbon dioxide's used. Is ...
  4. ... also be measured when you breathe nitrogen or helium gas through a tube for a certain period ...
  5. Inhalants From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Drug Abuse)  
    ... National Inhalant Prevention Coalition to highlight dangers of helium ( March 2012 ) NIDA creates easy-to-read website ...
  6. Grieving Teen (American Hospice Foundation)  
    ... that are most guilt inducing on a biodegradable helium balloon and let it go. If measures like ...
  7. Non-Drug Pain Relief: Imagery (Ohio State University Medical Center) - PDF  
    ... weighing you down and causing pain. Picture large helium-fi lled balloons attached to the boulder carrying ...
  8. Consumer Products Containing Radioactive Materials (Health Physics Society) - PDF  
    ... some radioactive elements. It is identical to a helium nucleus that has a mass number of 4 ...
  9. Proton Therapy (American Brain Tumor Association)  
    ... can smash atoms to release proton, neutron, and helium ion beams. In this highly specialized form of ...
  10. ... machine aims tiny, invisible particles, called protons or helium ions, at the cancer cells to kill them ...
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