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# iced Definitions

covered with icing.

verb

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• solution cutting back on the added sugar doesn’t mean you’ll sacrifice taste. drink flavorful unsweetened iced tea, such as hibiscus, and consider bringing your own pitcher of a low- or no-added-sugar beverage. here’s where blogs come in again: try strawberry lemon iced tea, a sangria mocktail, or an iced prune drink. everydayhealth.com

• iced tea was first reported at the st. louis world's fair in 1904. richard blechynden had planned to sell hot tea at this stand, but became concerned that no one would want to drink hot tea on a sweltering day. he began offering the tea with ice cubes and the new drink was a sensation. however, there is evidence that others had thought of iced tea earlier. factmonster.com

• the prescriber, this is the physician or nurse practitioner writing the prescription, the system also has to have them identified, that s the one element that s kind of iced even though it isn t quite done yet, i mean we re waiting for the ndc but there are things that work, the dea number, even though it might be somebody illegal in terms of what the fda says you can do with it and a universal, doctor s license numbers, there s file out there and that s just a one time load and that sort of all works. hhs.gov

• iced tea was first reported at the st. louis world's fair in 1904. richard blechynden had planned to sell hot tea at this stand, but became concerned that no one would want to drink hot tea on a sweltering day. he began offering the tea with ice cubes and the new drink was a sensation. however, there is evidence that others had thought of iced tea earlier. infoplease.com

• iced tea is a great summer sipper, as long as it isn't sweetened. i've found that nicely flavored iced tea doesn't need any sweeteners at all. and you can turn any hot tea into iced tea just by chilling a pitcher in the refrigerator after it's brewed. if you like your iced tea with a touch of sweetness, try a packet of an artificial sweetener like equal. medicinenet.com

• it all started with a loyola university news release. in it dr. john milner, a urologist and an assistant professor in department of urology at the loyola university chicago stritch school of medicine, warns that iced tea contains high levels of oxalate* (a chemical known to cause calcium stones, which are the most common type of kidney stone) and that, therefore, drinking a lot of iced tea might increase an individual’s risk of developing kidney stones. (in case your wondering: dr. milner went on to say in the release that hot tea — which also contains oxalate — is less of a concern merely because people in the u.s. don’t consume as much of it as they do its iced counterpart.) medpagetoday.com

• these tunes play after morning rounds and the first half of clinic is finished. i have just picked up my sandwich and iced tea, ready to tackle some notes while chatting with my co-residents. it’s just hard not to put on a smile and sing along when you have positivity dancing around the room. merckmanuals.com