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How to use the word ingesting in a Sentence?

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The deceptive marketing coupled with the ease of accessibility makes these small and seemingly innocuous pills a significant threat to the health and safety of all our communities, a staggering number of teens and young adults are unaware that they are ingesting fentanyl in these fake pills and are being poisoned.

Charge Bill Bodner

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

Beer would result in less water loss than whiskey, because you are ingesting more fluid with beer, strong alcoholic drinks will dehydrate, dilute alcoholic drinks will not.

Ronald Maughan

Found on CNN
4 years ago

Miracle Mineral Solution and similar products are not FDA-approved, and ingesting these products is the same as drinking bleach.

The FDA

Found on CNN
4 years ago

It's associated with ingesting seafood that has not been properly cooked, or properly stored and then not properly cooked, and also by taking oysters or seafood from contaminated areas, which sometimes people do, especially in Florida or in the Gulf, where there's a sign that says' fishing prohibited' but the oysters grow big and fat. And they look good, so they eat them.

Rita Colwell

Found on CNN
5 years ago

People have died from ingesting what they think is a legitimate painkiller, (but really) it's a counterfeit pill that contains fentanyl.

John Martin

Found on CNN
7 years ago

It's a tough question, there is a possibility you can alter the neuro circuitry just from ingesting some of these agents. ... There could be some sustained injury.

Robert Glatter

Found on CNN
7 years ago

The FDA actually describes contacts as a drug, no you’re not ingesting a contact, it’s just sitting on your eye, but your body has to get acclimated to it.

Russell Wohl

Found on FOX News
7 years ago

I’m a huge avocado fan. I eat them daily, and recommend them to my clients, but I have reservations about eating the seeds, while there is some research about beneficial compounds in the seed, the safety of ingesting it hasn’t been established, so the risks versus benefits aren’t fully known.

Cynthia Sass

Found on FOX News
8 years ago

Plants take up trace amounts of arsenic from the soil, and we have been ingesting these trace amounts for all of human history. Generally, these amounts are at levels well below that associated with either acute or chronic toxicity.

Cornell University

Found on CNN
9 years ago

It can take up to three days for a bird to die after ingesting it, and it's a cruel and horribly inhumane death.

Wendy Keefover

Found on FOX News
9 years ago

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