natural health science association, inc.

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2014 - NATURAL HEALTH SCIENCE ASSOCIATION, INC.









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    DALLAS (AP) — A flooded chemical plant in a small town outside of Houston was poised to explode, a spokeswoman for the French company that owns the plant said late Wednesday, though the timing and the extent of the danger weren't immediately clear.The Arkema Inc. plant in Crosby, Texas, about 25 miles (40.23 kilometers) northeast of Houston, lost power and its backup generators amid Harvey's days-long deluge, leaving it without refrigeration for chemicals that become volatile as the temperature rises."The fire will happen. It will resemble a gasoline fire. It will be explosive and intense in nature," spokeswoman Janet Smith told The Associated Press.

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