We asked dermatologists whether the aluminum found in traditional antiperspirant is really THAT bad for us.
Bad news for beer lovers.
China makes way, way too much steel. In 2015, it produced nearly 500 million tons more than it needed. Production of that steel was subsidized by the Chinese government in ways that violate international trade rules, so the price was artificially low. And China suppresses the value of its currency, further falsely reducing the cost of the steel.
Sometimes the simplest chef-y tool can revolutionize your weeknight dinner. Take the humble sizzle platter, a $6, 11-inch-long taper-sided aluminum oval that's used in practically every restaurant for roasting or broiling individual portions of, well, basically anything.
Ever wonder how molten metals react when poured into water? In a video released this week, the Backyard Scientist, who appears
In San Francisco, the communities with the highest hospitalization rates for type-2 diabetes are the same communities with the highest rates of soda consumption. Type-2 diabetes is far more costly and far more regressive than any soda tax ever could be.
Fire ants get a bad rap--and for good reason. The pesky little brutes are notorious for their biting, stinging ways--and
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Chris Evans, LME head of business development said: "When the discussions of the load out rate were underway last year we