Some e-cigarette heating coils could be leaking dangerous levels of metals into the aersols inhaled by the user
Enameled drinking glasses and popular merchandise can contain potentially toxic levels of lead and cadmium
The particulates—known as titanium suboxide nanoparticles—are unintentionally produced as coal is burned, creating these tiniest of particles, as small as 100 millionths of a meter
Metals are present in a wide range of habitats, with a large number of land sites in the UK remaining contaminated since the industrial revolution
The study confirms that people can reduce their exposure and absorption of these toxicants—and potentially mitigate their health effects—by riding farther away from city traffic
Grant "is a significant step towards solving [obesity] crisis," lead researcher says
Scientists at The Institute of Environmental and Human Health say that’s one very small piece in a very large puzzle in trying to understand the possible environmental impact of CNTs.