President Obama needs to choose a Treasury secretary with a different focus for the second term.
Hazard: Gel that contains diethylene glycol and ethylene glycol can leak out of damaged freezer gel packs, posing a poisoning hazard if ingested by children or adults.
A vet said all four animals died of kidney failure, brought on by ingesting anti-freeze.
bring on：片語，使發生、使出現。例句：His illness was brought on by poor feeding.（他的病是飲食不佳造成的。）1. Cause to happen, produce, as in His cold brought on an asthma attack. This usage was first recorded in John Milton's Samson Agonistes (1671): "These evils . . . I myself have brought them on." Also see bring about.
2. Cause to appear or bring into action, as in Bring on the jugglers. [Mid-1800s]
Exhausted Australian doctors have been told to drink up to six cups of coffee a day to stay awake during extended shifts, building pressure on Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to seize control of state-run hospitals.
A document on fatigue management released by health officials in Queensland state recommended doctors ingest 400 milligrams of caffeine to stay awake on the job, or the equivalent of six cups of coffee, after warnings that patients were dying.
migraineCaffeine is a drug that stimulates the central nervous system.
DescriptionCaffeine is found naturally in coffee, tea, and chocolate. Colas and some other soft drinks contain it. Caffeine also comes in tablet and capsule forms and can be bought without a prescription. Over-the-counter caffeine brands include No Doz, Overtime, Pep-Back, Quick-Pep, Caffedrine, and Vivarin. Some pain relievers, medicines for migraine headaches, and antihistamines also contain caffeine.
tr.v., -gest·ed, -gest·ing, -gests.
- To take into the body by the mouth for digestion or absorption. See synonyms at eat.
- To take in and absorb as food: "Marine ciliates ... can be observed ... ingesting other single-celled creatures and harvesting their chloroplasts" (Carol Kaesuk Yoon).
[Latin ingerere, ingest- : in-, in; see in-2 + gerere, to carry.]ingestible in·gest'i·ble adj.
ingestion in·ges'tion n.
ingestive in·ges'tive adj.
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