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Mike Broemmel began writing in He also attended Brunel University, London. Rectal itching is unpleasant. Often associated with hemorrhoids, rectal itching also occurs in the absence of any readily recognizable reason for the uncomfortable condition. A variety of over-the-counter medications exist for rectal or anal itching, most including zinc oxide as an ingredient, according to MayoClinic.
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And with that single question posed by an audience member back in , my chemical focus shifted to food and nutrition. The question came after one of my first public talks on chemistry at a local library, where I had described the role chemistry plays in our daily lives, mostly using dyes, drugs, plastics and cosmetics as examples. The title had suggested some sort of attack on our food system, but this turned out not to be the case. At least not in the way I had thought.
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