All tag results for 'chemicals'
Can't we get through a week without one of the best things ever invented giving us cancer?? JUST ONE??
Nope, we can't — and now our couches are going to kill us.
We aren't just talking about being sedentary, which will certainly kill us, but rather the chemicals inside of the couch. The whole thing is one big death trap now, so we should just put them all on the curb and use the floor.
The new study says
Gives you boners, does NOT help you do anything while playing football. Unless having a boner during football makes you run faster. Which it doesn't. Actually, we've never tried, so we don't know.
Brandon Marshall says that some players are under a very different understanding of what Viagra does:
A new study out of Stanford University has shown that the brains of older mice were rejuvenated when they were given blood from younger mice.
Hmm… so youth is the fountain of youth?
One of the researchers said:
A new study has found that many kids' new backpacks and some of their supplies may contain higher levels of toxic chemicals than the government allows in most toys.
The study found a whopping 75% of children's school supplies contain high levels of phthalates, which are potentially toxic.
A press release said:
It's been two days since 24-year old, former PhD student James Holmes opened fire in a packed, midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, CO, killing 12 and injuring 59, and disturbing details continue to surface concerning Holmes' booby-trapped apartment.
According to a law enforcement official connected with the case, Holmes' apartment was decorated with Batman paraphernalia, including a poster and a Batman mask.
The same official revealed that 30 grenades containing home-made mixtures of explosive powders, jars containing explosive liquids and .223- and .40-caliber bullets were found in Holmes' third-floor North Aurora residence, all connected by criss-crossing 'trip' wires.
Aurora Chief of Police Dan Oates expressed that the apartment's explosives
If you're doing it right (and by that we mean making the wisest choices), you'll find that a huge helping of leafy greens is just 10 calories per cup, and is an incredible source of vitamins A, C, K, and folate, among other essential nutrients.
So it's in your best interest that you're making the right choices!