Category Archives: Toxicology
An even better legacy media article on synthetic marijuana products and compounds by Michael Savage in Saturday’s WaPo.
Toxicity reports are re-emerging in southern California this week after a dozen hospitalizations of kids using teas made from a fragrant flowering plant called Angel’s Trumpet. A tea made from the plants is used to produce hallucinations, but they can progress to extremely unpleasant experiences. Moreover, Angel’s Trumpet can be deadly, accelerating the heart rate […]
Key West Community College demonstrates an important purpose of a strong, geographically-diverse community education system.
Her latest book, The Poisoner’s Handbook, appeals to my love of chemistry, toxicology, and the history of science and medicine. And now she’s here at ScienceBlogs!
A standout biochemistry major, minor in mathematics and psychology, and cellist.
The new trend in “detergent suicide” attempts is to leave warning notes for emergency personnel. Sadly, those ending their own lives think more about others than themselves.
Seen in December in Texas, lead and arsenic-containing calabar chalk is now being sold in NYC – pass the word to physicians as well as colleagues who are from West African nations.
Once again, a reason why some dietary supplements may seem to work: they contain undeclared, pharmacologically-active compounds.
Why beagles, not squirrels, for FDA-mandated long-term pharmaceutical safety assessment studies?
If Traumeel is truly homeopathic, there is absolutely no way this product could have caused Joel’s hospitalization. But is it truly homeopathic?