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American Journal of Kidney Disease: “Treatment of Metabolic Acidosis in Patients With CKD.”
Journal of Clinical Dentistry: “Enhancement of plaque removal efficacy by tooth brushing with baking soda dentifrices: results of five clinical studies.”
Canadian Society for Intestinal Research: “Baking Soda for Heartburn.”
Cancer Research: “Bicarbonate increases tumor pH and inhibits spontaneous metastases.”
CDC: “Community Water Fluoridation,” “Water Fluoridation Data & Statistics.”
Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences: “Buffer Therapy for Cancer.”
California Poison Control System: “The Use of Sodium Bicarbonate in Medical Toxicology.”
FDA: “Outsmarting Poison Ivy and Other Poisonous Plants.”
Anesthesia & Analgesia: “Adding Sodium Bicarbonate to Lidocaine Enhances the Depth of Epidural Blockade
ClinicalTrials.gov: “Oral Bicarbonate as Adjuvant for Pain Reduction in Patients With Tumor Related Pain.”
Mesotheliomahelp.org: “Shortage of Sodium Bicarbonate, Important for Chemotherapy, Could Impact Mesothelioma Patients.”
Nemours.org: “Insect Stings and Bites.”
Oconto County, University of Wisconsin-Extension: “Baking Soda - The Everyday Miracle.”
PubMed Health: “Sodium Bicarbonate (Oral route, Intravenous route, Subcutaneous route).”
Scientific World Journal: “Sodium Bicarbonate Therapy in Patients with Metabolic Acidosis.”
American Society for Microbiology: “Acetic Acid, the Active Component of Vinegar, Is an Effective Tuberculocidal Disinfectant.”
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