Digitalis is defined as: “A naturally occurring compound used in the preparation of the medication, digoxin, prescribed to increase the heart rate and strengthen the force of the heart’s contractions.”
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“Brain cells consume oxygen and glucose (a form of sugar) for fuel. The more challenging the brain’s task, the more fuel it consumes. Therefore, it is important to have adequate amounts of these substances in the brain for optimum functioning. Low amounts of oxygen and glucose in the blood can produce lethargy and sleepiness. Eating a moderate portion of food containing glucose (fruits are an excellent source) can boost the performance and accuracy of working memory, attention and motor function.
Water, also essential for healthy brain activity, is required to move neuron signals through the brain. Low concentrations of water diminish the rate and efficiency of these signals. Moreover, water keeps the lungs sufficiently moist to allow for the efficient transfer of oxygen into the bloodstream…
Many [people] do not eat a breakfast that contains sufficient glucose, nor do they drink enough water during the day to maintain healthy brain function…The current recommended amount is one eight-ounce glass of water a day for each 25 pounds of body weight.” -From, “How The Brain Learns” By: David A. Sousa
“Judge” is only capitalized when it is used preceding the name of a judge or when it is used in the context of direct address.
Did you hear the judge say we can take a recess?
May we take a recess, Judge?
Did Judge Jones say we can take a recess?
The word “court” is capitalized when it refers to the judge who is presiding over a case, or when it is used to refer to the citing of a superior court.
The Supreme Court overturned the case.
The Court will make a decision today.
May it please the Court to grant us a recess.
He had to go to court.
According to the Live Strong website, a “quarter-cup serving of dried cherries makes up one-fourth to one-third of the daily recommended fruit intake for women and one-quarter for men, according to USDA guidelines.” The site also states that dried cherries is a great source for copper, vitamin C, and vitamin A.