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Finding the healthiest cookware by Lifewithnature Posted Thu 06 May 2010 7:47am Unless you’re on a 100% raw food diet, there’s good chance that you are using one of these to prepare your meals. I’m of course talking of cookware! Many of us have heard the possible health hazards of cooking in non-stick pans. However, few of us know the effects that other cookware has on health. In my journey towards a healthier, ... Read on »
Low Trace Metal Levels in American Smokeless Tobacco Products Mean No Significant Health Risk by Brad R. Posted Wed 24 Oct 2012 5:13pm I previously discussed a comprehensive chemical analysis of smokeless tobacco products conducted by M.F. Borgerding and colleagues at RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company and published in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology (abstract here ).  I focused on the results for tobacco-specific nitrosamines in that post (link here ).  Borge ... Read on »
Base Metal Crowns by Dr. Josh A. Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 5:44pm 5 Comments Apart from pedodontists, is anyone routinely doing base metal or non-precious crowns? I have never done one in my entire career and really have trouble finding any indication in which one should be placed. I understand that the lab bill is higher for a precious high noble metal or PFM crown, but its worth it. I promise. Here are some reas ... Read on »
Trace Metals in E-Cigarettes: No Cause for Concern by Brad R. Posted Thu 23 May 2013 9:23pm I have discussed a study reporting that smokeless tobacco contains trace levels of several metals, including cadmium, arsenic, nickel, chromium and lead ( here ).  Now researchers at the University of California, Riverside, report that the aerosol from an undisclosed e-cigarette contained numerous metals. The study, whose le ... Read on »
“Saving” Teeth by Destroying Them by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 30 Jan 2013 9:49am Say you take your four year old child to the dentist. During the examination, the dentist tells you he found four cavities. You consent to treatment. Afterward, you take your sedation-groggy daughter home and let her nap. So later, when you look in her mouth, what do you see? If you said “four fillings,” you obviously aren’t Arizona mot ... Read on »
Obama Administration Announces Clean Coal Research Awards for Universities Across the Country by US Department of Energy Posted Wed 06 Jun 2012 10:48am Washington, DC— As part of President Obama’s all-of-the-above approach to American energy, the Energy Department announced that nine universities have won awards for research projects that will continue to support innovation and development of clean coal technologies. The awards, which will leverage student-led teams across the country as they c ... Read on »
Occupational exposures and sino-nasal cancer by Annet Lenderink Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 6:11pm Sino-nasal cancer has been consistently associated with exposure to wood dust, leather dust, nickel and chromium compounds; for other occupational hazards, the findings are somewhat mixed. The aim of this study was to investigate the risk of sino-nasal epithelial cancer (SNEC) by histological type with prior exposure to suspected occupational ... Read on »
Occupational exposures and sino-nasal cancer by Annet Lenderink Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:03pm Sino-nasal cancer has been consistently associated with exposure to wood dust, leather dust, nickel and chromium compounds; for other occupational hazards, the findings are somewhat mixed. The aim of this study was to investigate the risk of sino-nasal epithelial cancer (SNEC) by histological type with prior exposure to suspected occupational ... Read on »
Sino-nasal cancer has been consi ... by Annet Lenderink Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:03pm Sino-nasal cancer has been consistently associated with exposure to wood dust, leather dust, nickel and chromium compounds; for other occupational hazards, the findings are somewhat mixed. The aim of this study was to investigate the risk of sino-nasal epithelial cancer (SNEC) by histological type with prior exposure to suspected occupational ... Read on »
Nanay’s Test Results (Analysis based on Counting Rules) by Nanay's daughter Posted Tue 30 Aug 2011 7:53am This is Nanay’s Hair elements test results from last year. She has been taking 100mg 3x a day of ALA but not DMSA since last year. POTENTIALLY TOXIC ELEMENTS element       result    ref range    color result ref range color ============================================= aluminum 3.6 <7.0 antimony 0.014 <0.050 arsenic 0.11 <0.060 ... Read on »