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While associations cannot prove a cause-and-effect relationship, they can serve as a springboard for further investigation.
The diet connection has received much attention because it is a readily modifiable lifestyle factor.
Clandestine chemist Steve Preisler has written about synthesizing methamphetamine, LSD, nitroglycerin, phosgene and the nerve gas sarin.
While there are conflicting studies about whether moderate wine consumption is good for your coronary health, it's a carcinogen.
Kyndryl plans to hire about 350 people in Montreal over the next five years to staff its new cloud innovation centre.
While there was good reason to move away from trans fats, the expansion of palm tree plantations has come at an environmental cost.
Farcical statements by Shane Ellison, who markets a bevy of “chemical-free” supplements, are surprising, given his his chemistry background.
Unless we start cleaning up our mess, space junk will pose an increasing threat to satellites and eventually make low Earth orbit unusable.
Early proponents of yogurt and Mutaflor were on the right track. Since the 1990s, research into probiotics has exploded.
Some items, like pairs of gloves or shoes, actually exist as non-superimposable mirror images. So do some molecules.
Freezing is an excellent method of preserving foods, requiring no added preservatives and generally providing better taste than canned food.
No existing numbers will change, but the 514 and 438 codes are expected to run out of phone number blocks to assign in 2024.