Since 2014, the water around Hoosick Falls, New York has been known to be contaminated by the toxic chemical, PFOA.
Flint, Michigan, isn’t the only area in the U.S. that’s been dealing with a water crisis. Since 2014, the water around Hoosick Falls, New York, has been contaminated by the toxic chemical, PFOA— and there still isn’t a permanent fix.
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Yep, the stuff used to make nonstick pans.
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Stone even pointed to the potential use of biomimicry to offer surface protection without the use of chemicals. "Certain
Even after multiple scandals all vying for the top headline throughout the week, over the weekend CNN reported poll numbers showing Obama currently enjoys 53 percent of the public's approval for the job he's doing. His numbers actually rose from the last time the poll was taken.
The rock star status of today's scientific celebrities encourages aspiring scientists to focus on the retail possibilities that can result in fast fame and wealth. While understandable, this unwittingly neglects a crucial part of the scientific equation.
Is it because of the economy? Perhaps, but the economy is improving. Is it Obamacare? Is it the fabricated perception that Barack Obama is a weak president? Have the Republicans successfully convinced Americans that his foreign policy has lowered America's stature around the world?
We all do it. The minute after we decide to move out to a home of our own, we're tapping away at a registry imagining creating the perfect meal in the perfect kitchen outfitted with the perfect pots and pans.
Because we now know that chemicals in every day products can lead to low sperm counts, there are simple steps that men can take to avoid them.
While things may slide right off of teflon, it sticks quite well to us humans and may very well be a factor in causing some of us to not be able to "stick to it."
We used to think substances like Teflon, plastics, and formaldehyde were harmless, but a rising tide of evidence has turned the spotlight on chemical exposures as a possible poison to our children's developing brains.
A California judge has ordered the state to explain why PFOAs should not be added to a list of regulated chemicals -- it's in popular consumer and industrial products like Teflon.