Oxygenated water is nothing but a global marketing fad meant to fool the unsuspecting buyer that their noses are ill-equipped to harvest all the oxygen they need and that their stomachs also function as lungs.
But what is the marble, I mean moral of this discussion?
Today is the first ever installment of #ThreesomeThursday, a series where I put together three historically separate persons in one shared thematic web every first Thursday of the month.
Nope, that's not a typo. Yes, that's deliberate. Why? Because pharmacy, or medicine in general, shares the same origins with agriculture.
The Ancient Greeks were responsible for comedy. They also propounded the medical four humours theory. Was it because they believed that laughter is the best medicine?