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When iodine is used as a drug in Britain, we’re all at risk

A new report from the Institute for Social Policy and Research (ISPR) has highlighted the potential dangers of iodine as a pharmaceutical drug, saying it’s increasingly being used as an anti-inflammatory.The report is titled The End of Iron?, which was published on Tuesday and focuses on the role that iodine can play in the treatment […]

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How to make a cheap and easy electric toothbrush from scratch

The next generation of toothbrushes from companies like Electrolux and Atom are here, and the products are quite promising.The first is a $5.99 “electronic component” version of the Electrolux Atom EZ Toothbrush.It looks like a regular toothbrush, with a tiny battery-powered motor powering it.The brush is made from a silicon electrolyte and has a rechargeable […]

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How a simple electrolyte made from calcium ions could transform the way we make electricity

New York Times article The first thing to understand is that the electrolyte you use to make electricity doesn’t have to be the cheapest.A lot of other materials that are used in the production of electricity can be made by electrolyzing a chemical called sodium or sodium-sulfur.The key is to make the sodium and sulfur […]

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How electricity works: A new type of ion-dioxide atom

An electron, in its nucleus, carries energy.It’s this energy that powers our electronics, our computers, and even the power of our minds.And the more energy we have, the more powerful and precise our computers and electronics are.But for the past decade, scientists have been wondering whether the energy we carry with us from the sun […]

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