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Mercury

Mercury in seafood - What is safer and what to avoid

By Edwards: (NaturalNews) Mercury is an element (Hg on the periodic table) that is naturally found in our environment in the air, water, rocks and soil. Mercury can be found in several different forms: metallic mercury, inorganic mercury compounds, and organic mercury compounds.

Metallic mercury is also known as elemental mercury. At room temperatures, this form of mercury is a dazzling silver liquid. When heat is applied, metallic mercury becomes an odorless, invisible gas.

How does Mercury get into the Environment?

Vaccine expert reveals why thimerosal (mercury) is NOT needed in vaccines

By Wells: (NaturalNews) Want a "shot of truth" instead of poison? Sounds like a good choice, considering the shot of truth can heal you, help you, and prevent disease and infection. A shot of truth can even cure disease, but that cannot be printed on any product label. Still, nobody wants to suffer, so why on Earth do so many millions let doctors talk them into it -- suffering that is -- and why let the nurses and physicians inject a known neurotoxin and carcinogen into their muscle tissue?

A holistic dentist talks about her nightmare with mercury


She says she first remembers developing a myriad of medical problems in grade school, but no one seemed to know why. The last thing the medical/dental community thought was that her problems could ever have been caused by her fillings.

In-ground wastewater disposal contaminates environment with mercury


Pervasive, toxic forms of mercury are derived from more than just the pollution of unclean coal-fired power plants around the world. Traces of toxic mercury, often measured in waste water, can be exacerbated by chemical processes that take place in wastewater after it's released into the ground. Biogeochemist Carl Lamborg found in recent studies that mercury pollution is made more mobile and pervasive in the presence of specific microbial actions which take place exclusively in underground wastewater.

Sea ice cracks cause mercury to accumulate in Arctic environment


An investigation into Arctic sea ice and how it reacts with the sun to draw in mercury and other toxins from the atmosphere has uncovered some alarming truths about the true accumulation of heavy metals at the earth's poles. Recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature, the new research reveals that far more mercury than previously thought is being pulled out of the sky and deposited into Arctic sea water and ice, which of course means more pollution for humans.

With the ADA’s Power Over Amalgam Collapsing, We Celebrate Mercury-Free Dentistry Week


The Natural Health Research Foundation, which I founded, will match every contribution received this week to the nonprofit group Consumers for Dental Choice, who runs the Campaign for Mercury-Free Dentistry.
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Mercury exposure threatens the life of our children


According to the World Health Organization, mercury exposure is highly toxic to human health and poses a specific threat to the development of children in early life and while they are in utero. Mercury occurs naturally and exists in various forms which are elemental, organic and inorganic.