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  1. Water: Human Health (Environmental Protection Agency)  
    ... Science & Technology Laws & Regulations About EPA Contact Us Water: Human Health You are here: Water Science & Technology Surface ... the amount of chemicals present in our nation's waters. These human health criteria are developed under Section 304(a) ...
  2. Insulin Easy-to-Read (Food and Drug Administration)  
    ... Human Insulin Short Acting Humulin N NPH Human Insulin (Human Insulin Isophane Suspension) Intermediate Acting Novolin N NPH Human Insulin (Human Insulin Isophane Suspension) Intermediate Acting Lantus Insulin Glargine ...
  3. ... aspart is a short-acting, manmade version of human insulin. Insulin aspart works by replacing the insulin that ...
  4. ... is a short-acting, man-made version of human insulin. Insulin glulisine works by replacing the insulin that ... Catapres-TTS, in Clorpres); danazol; disopyramide (Norpace); diuretics ('water ... virus (HIV) including amprenavir (Agenerase), atazanavir (Reyataz), ...
  5. ... is a short-acting, man-made version of human insulin. Insulin lispro works by replacing the insulin that ... niacin (Niacor, Niaspan, in Advicor); certain medications for human ... pills'); fluoxetine (Prozac, Serafem, in Symbyax); hormone replacement ...
  6. ... is a long-acting, man-made version of human insulin. Insulin glargine works by replacing the insulin that ...
  7. ... is a long-acting, man-made version of human insulin. Insulin detemir works by replacing the insulin that ...
  8. ... of the weight of the human body. Without water, humans would die in a few days. All the cells and organs need water to function. Water serves as a lubricant. It ...
  9. Humans and Lead Fishing Sinkers (Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water)  
    If you manufacture lead fishing sinkers, jigs, or spinnerbaits at home, you may be exposing yourself and your family to lead. Lead, when melted, can produce ...
  10. Primer on Water Quality (U.S. Geological Survey)  
    ... threat to human health when it exceeds drinking-water standards. How do human activities affect water quality? Urban and industrial development, farming, mining, combustion ...
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