“Fluid intake is another important step to help lower risk of kidney stone formation and urinary tract infection”, stresses Bragagini. Healthy individuals who aren’t suffering present kidney diseases should consume enough water and other fluids of at least 2 liters of fluid per day. Consuming enough fluid helps dilute the urine and helps flush toxins.
This drove NGK cost of production up, and since most of its sales are outside of Japan in other currencies, the company took a big hit when those revenues were converted back into yen.When things are a bit on edge, it allows us to add new stocks to the portfolio short term currency move impacted the company earnings last year, but it didn really impact the fundamentals, Radin said, noting that while new cars use fewer spark plugs than they did five or ten years ago, the high technology component of spark plugs made today make them cost roughly twice as much.As for the engine sensor business, Radin noted that it provides a great growth opportunity as environmental regulations become more onerous, and as emerging markets start to adopt more environmental measures with their cars.thesis is based on a long term view that these concerns are overdone or fixable, he said. Think we can double our money in this stock over the next three or four years. Company that was added to the portfolio for the first time this summer is Outotec Oyj (OTE1V/HEL), a Finnish industrial company that designs, builds, maintains and refurbishes mineral processing plants for miners.The stock was down about 80 per cent from where it was four or five years ago, as the global bear market in mining caused a lot of pain for Outotec customers.have been putting new capex on hold in order to pay down debt, and stretching out the refurbishment of plants, Radin said..
Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. You can get an audio version of this briefing on your Alexa device. Search for “Ad Age” under “Skills” in the Alexa app. The best result the Anna Wintour Costume Center being built at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is that we can now regularly expect two exhibitions a year from the Institute instead of just one blockbuster show in the spring. Last November, it presented a scholarly show about mourning dress traditions the 19th and 20th Centuries which was fascinating beautifully exhibited if a bit inherently morbid. Starting today, the Costume Institute has spun 180 in the opposite direction with Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style, (pictured above and below) featuring highlights from the (mostly evening) wardrobe of the French countess turned designer who remains one of the best dressed women in the world, and a representative of the generation when fashion media celebrated stylish women who bought their own clothes and dressed themselves without the help of stylists.