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Posted on September 27, 2011 In Heavy Metals and Health, Stained Glass

Since stained glass work has become a popular hobby, here are some important points of contamination to consider in order to stay safe. The main […]

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Yes, to put it bluntly.  We’ve seen many posts and replies on stained glass blogs and forums stating that “lead exposure isn’t that big of […]

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Posted on August 11, 2011 In Heavy Metals and Health, Heavy Metals in the News

As a parent, I am always conscious of the health of my children.  Two news articles in the Miami Herald caught my attention and deserve […]

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Posted on July 6, 2011 In Heavy Metals and Health

To revert back to our theme of getting the information you need so you “Don’t put your health in other people’s hands”, I did some […]

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Lead is in the news on a regular basis.  After all, it is listed as the second most dangerous substance (after arsenic) on the government’s […]

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While idly watching tv on a leisurely Sunday afternoon I happened upon a PBS documentary called “Bag It”.  I’m sure you can guess what it’s […]

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The news from Japan during the past month has been tragic:  the terrible loss of life and devastation caused by the earthquake and tsunami, and […]

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Posted on March 21, 2011 In Heavy Metals and Health, Heavy Metals in the News

Zinc is not something we pay much attention to, unless you are a sun worshiper who uses a lot of zinc oxide to protect lips […]

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Posted on February 25, 2011 In Heavy Metals and Health, Heavy Metals in the News

Sharon brought up a good point in last week’s post.  She mentioned that her banker had to limit her intake of canned tuna to avoid […]

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Posted on February 16, 2011 In Heavy Metals and Health

We just got an e-mail request for our soap from a fashion designer who works with unfinished garments imported from China.  It turns out that […]

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