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Chromium is among the minerals – zinc and magnesium are others – which the body requires to keep itself in the best of health and to function best physiologically. Humans need trace amounts of chromium. Those who are very active definitely require chromium and other minerals in their diets so that they can be sure they are able to sustain increased levels of energy and work.
A need for more research on toxicity of cannabis vaping products

A need for more research on toxicity of cannabis vaping products

A Spanish study found traces of environmental pollution in breast milk

A Spanish study found traces of environmental pollution in breast milk

New technique offers higher-precision scRNA-seq data than current technologies

New technique offers higher-precision scRNA-seq data than current technologies

Construction workers' homes and families have high risk of exposure to harmful metals

Construction workers' homes and families have high risk of exposure to harmful metals

UofL professor wins $6.7 million grant to investigate how metals cause lung cancer

UofL professor wins $6.7 million grant to investigate how metals cause lung cancer

Safe drinking water may be out of reach for almost 400,000 Californians, analysis reveals

Safe drinking water may be out of reach for almost 400,000 Californians, analysis reveals

Environmental exposure to low-levels of toxic metals may increase risk of clogged arteries

Environmental exposure to low-levels of toxic metals may increase risk of clogged arteries

Announcing the Winners of The Scientist’s Top 10 Innovations of 2021

Announcing the Winners of The Scientist’s Top 10 Innovations of 2021

Toxicant profile of BAT's modern oral products is comparable to nicotine replacement therapies

Toxicant profile of BAT's modern oral products is comparable to nicotine replacement therapies

Water samples collected from Baltimore’s farms and gardens contain low levels of lead, shows study

Water samples collected from Baltimore’s farms and gardens contain low levels of lead, shows study

Why your dentist might seem pushy

Why your dentist might seem pushy

FDA approves novel 3D-printed talus implant for humanitarian use

FDA approves novel 3D-printed talus implant for humanitarian use

Researchers design an on-chip printed 'electronic nose'

Researchers design an on-chip printed 'electronic nose'

Modified natural killer cells show neutralizing and multivalent potential against SARS-CoV-2 in vitro

Modified natural killer cells show neutralizing and multivalent potential against SARS-CoV-2 in vitro

Researchers pinpoint factors associated with uranium contamination in groundwater

Researchers pinpoint factors associated with uranium contamination in groundwater

Drinking hot beverages from paper cups poses health risks, shows study

Drinking hot beverages from paper cups poses health risks, shows study

Researchers use single-cell sequencing to identify cell types that occur in pancreatic tumors

Researchers use single-cell sequencing to identify cell types that occur in pancreatic tumors

Study pinpoints heating element in vaping devices as cause for lung injuries

Study pinpoints heating element in vaping devices as cause for lung injuries

Researchers detect pollution particles in the placentas of UK women

Researchers detect pollution particles in the placentas of UK women

Previously overlooked insect shows promise as alternative protein source

Previously overlooked insect shows promise as alternative protein source