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- mercury species determination (analytical methods etc)
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A hundred and fifty years of misuse of mercury and dental amalgam
A page authored by Mats HansonAmalgam is the main source of mercury exposure in the western world. However, experts from the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen) have first s...

A shot of truth: Thimerosal and Autism Timeline
How did the idea that a mercury-based preservative (thimerosal) causes autism come to be? This timeline is the historical account of an unbelievable, but true, story. It’s the story of ...

A shot of truth: Thimerosal and Autism Timeline
How did the idea that a mercury-based preservative (thimerosal) causes autism come to be? This timeline is the historical account of an unbelievable, but true, story. It’s the story of ...

A shot of truth: Thimerosal and Autism Timeline
How did the idea that a mercury-based preservative (thimerosal) causes autism come to be? This timeline is the historical account of an unbelievable, but true, story. It’s the story of ...

ACSH: Regulating Mercury Emissions from Power Plants: Will It Protect Our Health?
Posted: Friday, September 9, 2005   The extent to which mercury in the environment poses a risk to human health has been debated for years. While the dangerous effects of high levels o...

ACSH: Two Drops of Death: Dimethylmercury
In 1996, Professor Karen Wetterhahn, an organometallic chemist(1) at Dartmouth College, was running an experiment that required the use of a chemical called dimethylmercury, a colorless, volati...

Age of Autism: Part 1: Vaccines and Autism - What Do Epidemiological Studies Really Tell Us?
There are 16 epidemiological studies here on MMR vaccines, thimerosal and autism. These studies represent the most often cited papers by scientists, public health officials and members of the media ...

Age of Autism: Part 1: Vaccines and Autism - What Do Epidemiological Studies Really Tell Us?
There are 16 epidemiological studies here on MMR vaccines, thimerosal and autism. These studies represent the most often cited papers by scientists, public health officials and members of the media ...

Age of Autism: Part 1: Vaccines and Autism - What Do Epidemiological Studies Really Tell Us?
There are 16 epidemiological studies here on MMR vaccines, thimerosal and autism. These studies represent the most often cited papers by scientists, public health officials and members of the media ...

Amalgam-Related Illness, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
This site is maintained and copyrighted 1994-1999 by Leif Hedegard. we know that:   - ...

Amalgam-Related Illness, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
This site is maintained and copyrighted 1994-1999 by Leif Hedegard. we know that:   - ...

AMAP, 2005. AMAP Assessment 2002: Heavy Metals in the Arctic
This assessment report details the results of the 2002  AMAP assessment of Heavy Metals in the Arctic. It  builds upon the previous AMAP heavy metals assessment  presented in ‘AMA...

AMAP: AMAP Assessment 2011: Mercury in the Arctic
This assessment report details the results of the 2011 AMAP  Assessment of Mercury in the Arctic. It builds upon the previous  AMAP heavy metals assessments that were presented in 1998* ...

AMAP: Mercury - a priority pollutant
Over the past 10 years, the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) has conducted two major assessments  of  the  pollution  status  of  the Arctic.  These  have documented the sources,  lev...

An Analysis of Mercury Pollution from Coal-Burning Power Plants
Coal-burning power plants are the single largest source of mercury pollution, and the only major source the government does not regulate. This study presents the first comprehensive assessment of me...



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