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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.
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

TSRI chemists develop new method to achieve chemical reaction in pharmaceutical industry

TSRI chemists develop new method to achieve chemical reaction in pharmaceutical industry

One in 10 people in UK believed to be vitamin B12 deficient

One in 10 people in UK believed to be vitamin B12 deficient

MEDICREA announces use of UNiD Lab Services in more than 500 surgeries worldwide

MEDICREA announces use of UNiD Lab Services in more than 500 surgeries worldwide

Researchers call for monitoring of playground paints to reduce public health dangers

Researchers call for monitoring of playground paints to reduce public health dangers

Help beat the blues this Monday with a B12 Boost

Help beat the blues this Monday with a B12 Boost

Cancer concerns over chromium diet pills

Cancer concerns over chromium diet pills

New report raises questions about potential risks of chromium therapies

New report raises questions about potential risks of chromium therapies

UPM researchers assess potential risk for human health associated with metals in urban gardens

UPM researchers assess potential risk for human health associated with metals in urban gardens

Medinol announces completion of enrollment in BIONICS trial to evaluate effectiveness of eDES

Medinol announces completion of enrollment in BIONICS trial to evaluate effectiveness of eDES

Research finds association between fine particulate air pollution and childhood autism risk

Research finds association between fine particulate air pollution and childhood autism risk

Use of hookah steam stones could lead to dangerous, false sense of security

Use of hookah steam stones could lead to dangerous, false sense of security

MEDICREA receives FDA clearance for world’s first patient-specific spinal osteosynthesis rod

MEDICREA receives FDA clearance for world’s first patient-specific spinal osteosynthesis rod

Research finds link between autism spectrum disorder and air toxics

Research finds link between autism spectrum disorder and air toxics

Boston Scientific starts PLATINUM Diversity trial to evaluate Promus PREMIER Stent System

Boston Scientific starts PLATINUM Diversity trial to evaluate Promus PREMIER Stent System