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n. street slang for methamphetamine, a drug in a chrystaline form which supposedly stimulates the senses, is popular with some illicit drug users, and is addictive. It smells bad, has serious unhealthy side effects, and its possession, use and sale without a prescription are all crimes. (See: narcotics, controlled substance)

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Emerson Yao, managing director of Lucerne, Omega's distributor in the country, noted that the watchmaker undertook stringent tests to qualify as Nasa's official timepiece.
It also contains a broad spectrum of omegas, but distances itself from vegan omega supplements thanks to omega-7, the beauty omega, from sea buckthorn oil.
Meanwhile, Oceans Omega has recognized the widening consumer base for omega-3 foods and the need for education to accelerate its uptake.
"Increasing our omega 3 intake can help safeguard against brain and behavioural problems, including mood, behaviour and learning ability, heart and circulatory disease, stroke, pain and inflammation, diabetes, cancer, autoimmune diseases, asthma, skin disorders and all manner of chronic illnesses," she explains.
Also, the company has entered into a supply agreement with Oceans Omega LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mycell Technologies LLC, for its proprietary omega emulsion.
Fortified with manufacturing know-how and extensive warehousing around the world, OMEGA offers the most impressive lead times in the industry.
Precision Manufacturing Our commitment to maintaining the leading edge through research, development and state-of-the art manufacturing keeps OMEGA firmly at the forefront of technology.
One of the biggest deficiencies that I see is that of Omega 3 Fatty Acids.
In 1997, von Rosenberg became CEO of Houston-based Omega Protein, a fish-processing enterprise that was founded in 1913.
"GE Healthcare Financial Services' knowledge of the long-term care industry and their financial strength enabled their team to quickly syndicate and close this complex transaction to meet our financial needs," said Taylor Pickett, CEO of Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc.
Smaller than the average fish oil soft gel, Omega ONE is convenient and easy to take, the company said.