Who invented pH levels?

Answer Soren Sorensen, a Danish biochemist, invented the pH scale to measure acidity. His pH scale is the standard to measure the concentration of hydrogen ions, and used since he invented it in 1909.Sour... Read More »

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Why check magnesium levels with potassium levels?

Potassium and magnesium, along with calcium, are important minerals that help regulate many bodily functions. According to the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements, if you ha... Read More »

Does being hypoglycemic/having low blood sugar, cause high insulin levels or low insulin levels?

Being hypoglycemic doesn't cause either high or low blood sugar levels, my friend, it's high insulin levels that cause hypoglycemia.Strictly speaking, that's not quite true as higher blood sugar le... Read More »

Which is more dangerous: high Cholesterol levels (LDL) or high Triglyceride levels?

Harvard Medical School has confirmed that the best way of predicting coronary artery disease is by dividing your triglycerides by your "good" HDL. (TG/HDL) Triglycerides are more dangerous. Your ... Read More »

Are high urea nitrogen levels indicative of high ammonia levels?

Disregarding the effects of some diseases or genetic disorders, high urea nitrogen levels may be directly indicative of high ammonia levels. Ammonia is toxic in the body and must be removed through... Read More »