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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.
Researchers develop new method that could increase longevity of artificial hips

Researchers develop new method that could increase longevity of artificial hips

Scientists find significant amounts of toxic metals in e-cigarette vapors

Scientists find significant amounts of toxic metals in e-cigarette vapors

Cannabis Quality and Contamination Testing

Cannabis Quality and Contamination Testing

Study: Plastic used in many second hand toys may be harmful to children’s health

Study: Plastic used in many second hand toys may be harmful to children’s health

Nanotextured surfaces kill bacteria without harming mammalian cells

Nanotextured surfaces kill bacteria without harming mammalian cells

Underground transit routes expose passengers to greater concentrations of carcinogens, study finds

Underground transit routes expose passengers to greater concentrations of carcinogens, study finds

Study findings offer refined approach to predict risk of ARMD in patients with MoM hip implants

Study findings offer refined approach to predict risk of ARMD in patients with MoM hip implants

Study confirms tattoo nanoparticles migrate around the body

Study confirms tattoo nanoparticles migrate around the body

Study shows how E. coli bacteria hijack copper, use it as nutrient to fuel growth

Study shows how E. coli bacteria hijack copper, use it as nutrient to fuel growth

Seattle Children’s opens first clinical trial to study IBD and GVHD in pediatric patients

Seattle Children’s opens first clinical trial to study IBD and GVHD in pediatric patients

New study uses 10x Genomics’ Single Cell 3’ Solution to unravel stem cell self-renewal mechanism

New study uses 10x Genomics’ Single Cell 3’ Solution to unravel stem cell self-renewal mechanism

Study finds higher rate of metal sensitization in women after joint replacement

Study finds higher rate of metal sensitization in women after joint replacement

Study finds high levels of toxic metals in e-cigarette liquids

Study finds high levels of toxic metals in e-cigarette liquids

Study of new polymer-free DFS indicates non-inferior in-stent late lumen loss at nine-months

Study of new polymer-free DFS indicates non-inferior in-stent late lumen loss at nine-months

UNSW set to become home to world’s first pre-production prototype of high resolution microscope

UNSW set to become home to world’s first pre-production prototype of high resolution microscope

Study explains how FFF technique can help characterize different tattoo inks

Study explains how FFF technique can help characterize different tattoo inks

Researchers detect high levels of arsenic, chromium and kidney injury biomarker in children of Mexico

Researchers detect high levels of arsenic, chromium and kidney injury biomarker in children of Mexico

JACC publishes pivotal data on Tryton’s dedicated coronary bifurcation stent, results submitted to FDA

JACC publishes pivotal data on Tryton’s dedicated coronary bifurcation stent, results submitted to FDA

Metal ions released by implant wear can damage progenitors of bone-forming cells

Metal ions released by implant wear can damage progenitors of bone-forming cells

MEDICREA receives FDA approval for first-ever patient-specific UNiD Cervical rod for spine surgery

MEDICREA receives FDA approval for first-ever patient-specific UNiD Cervical rod for spine surgery