What is a Urinalysis?
A urinalysis, urine analysis, also known as urine test refers to a series of tests carried out on a urine sample to determine one’s general health status. It is used as a diagnostic exercise for the symptoms or signs of a condition or a disease. This should become a routine done annually, semi-annually or quarterly. A midstream pee, not contaminated by external factors is collected preferably when it is concentrated, in the morning, and tested.
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According to the American Pregnancy Association, exercising during pregnancy helps alleviate pregnancy issues such as varicose veins, constipation, leg cramps, and hemorrhoids as it improves circulation. Also, you are less likely to gain excess weight, your mood will be improved, and exercises prepare you for childbirth. We discuss 5 exercises that are safe for each trimester.
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Drug testing is common in workplaces. It’s the only way for employers to determine if an employee or a job applicant is on drugs. As an employer, you have the right and obligation to maintain a healthy and safe working environment and the only way you can do that is by drug testing your employees.
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When most people think of clean drinking water, they do not necessarily think of the pH value of that water. It matters, and for the best experience when drinking water, it must be measured and cultivated.
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Drug tests are only required for companies that do significant business with federal contracts. For everyone else it is optional, but courts have generally supported the right of employers to test employees for drug use. Most businesses use a third-party drug testing company for their drug tests, but there is no prohibition against doing it yourself with tests you buy yourself.
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