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What Is Titanium Dioxide And Is It Dangerous?

Both titanium dioxide and Red Dye 3 are common chemical compounds in various everyday products, from cosmetics to food items. Their primary functions are as a pigment, providing whiteness and opacity in products. However, their prevalence has raised concerns about…

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An Artist Pours Epoxy Resin Onto An Art Piece Using Gloves And A Clean Desk.

Epoxy Resin: Concerns & Safety Tips

Epoxy Resin is a versatile material many use in DIY projects, crafts, and woodworking. It’s an outstanding adhesive with protective qualities, making it a great tool for most projects. However, there are some common questions we receive at the poison…

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An Image Of Canned Oxygen Sitting On A Rock With A Snowy Mountain Background In The Back.

Canned Oxygen: Is it good for you?

Promoted as a quick fix for fatigue, stress, and altitude sickness, canned oxygen has gained attention for its perceived revitalizing properties. However, like any wellness product, understanding what this product is, what it claims to do, and the potential risks…

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A Lady Pouring Out A Bottle Of Vitamin D Supplements Into Her Hand.

Vitamin D Toxicity: How much is too much?

Often referred to as the "sunshine vitamin," vitamin D plays a crucial role in bone health, immune function, and more. While getting enough vitamin D is essential, it's equally important to be aware of the potential risks of excessive intake,…

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Traditional Oil Lamps In Hindu Temple. Small Round Dish Filled With Lamp Oil And A Wick.

Lamp Oil: Shedding Light on Safety

Lamp oil is popular in households, especially as the weather gets colder and we move into the winter months. With a warm ambient glow, humans have used lamp oil for centuries to light their surroundings. However, it’s essential to consider…

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Semaglutide (Ozempic) Injecting Pen With Lid On A White Plate

Can You Overdose on Ozempic For Weight Loss?

In recent years, Ozempic (semaglutide) has gained significant attention for its effectiveness in promoting weight loss alongside its primary use in managing type 2 diabetes. As with any medication, concerns about its safety and potential for overdose arise. In this…

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Missouri Puss Caterpillar On A Piece Of Grass Eating.

Are Caterpillars Poisonous?

While most caterpillars are harmless, there are several types of venomous caterpillars in the United States that can cause harm to humans. These include the saddleback moth caterpillar, io moth caterpillar, stinging rose caterpillar, monkey slug caterpillar, and buck moth…

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