Xylitol is used in products such as sugar-free gum, breath mints, cough syrup, candy, desserts, mouthwashes, children's chewable vitamins and even toothpaste. Xylitol works to sweeten commercial products and is created b... More »

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The chemical Xylitol is a sugar substitute that can be harmful to dogs. Varying amounts of the chemical are used in chewing gum. About eight to 10 sticks could be harmful to a 65-pound dog. More »

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Many human foods are toxic to dogs, including chocolate, grapes and onions. Many candies and other sweet foods are dangerous because they contain xylitol, an artificial sweetener that is highly toxic to dogs. More »

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Many low-calorie, sugar-free foods and beverages such as gum, breath mints, diet sodas, yogurts, cereal, powdered drink mixes, nutritional bars, pudding and meal replacements contain aspartame. Aspartame is an artificial... More »

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Signs of pneumonia in children and adults include cough, fever, shortness of breath, fatigue and painful breathing, however, infants with the illness may not show any symptoms at all, states Mayo Clinic. The pain during ... More »

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The protein called gelatin, which is found in products like Jell-O, can be consumed to help strengthen hair and stimulate hair growth, according to WebMD. Gelatin is an animal protein that is also found in shampoos and f... More »

The Just For Me hair care brand continuously uses different models on the boxes of its texture softener and relaxer products. The girl on the box has never been identified on their official website. Relaxers, which are o... More »

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