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ginger group

Politics chiefly Brit a group within a party, association, etc., that enlivens or radicalizes its parent body
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Nausea was significantly decreased by day 1 in all of the ginger groups, especially at the doses of 0.5 and 1.0 g/day.
Investigators of both trials reported significantly reduced nausea and reductions in vomiting among the women in the ginger groups (Obstet.
Four trials that included a total of 265 women found no increased risk of negative birth outcomes in the ginger groups. Most of the women in these studies used ginger during the first trimester of pregnancy, but some studies included women up to the 20th week of gestation and after the critical developmental stages, which might have diluted the findings regarding safety A separate observational study that focused strictly on ginger use during the first trimester also found no increase in adverse events.
Dear Editor, - In order to make a helpful comment on the topic of an elected mayor, why not do a "job spec" and also explain how you think the position would interact with the local political leaders, the local Task Forces, Birmingham Marketing, AWM, and all the other 'ginger groups'?