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Even well known carcinogens, such as arsenic or nicotine, are only harmful if exposure is high enough.

The second graph shows Cohen’s data, with much less uncertainty because of the large amount of data he amassed.

It should also be noted that all substances are poisons; only the dose differentiates the poison from a remedy.

Too much water can, indeed, be fatal...

It is possible to get too much radiation

If all substances are poison, everybody must be informed about this especially if they conduct an experiement.

Hallo! Loved your Lesen Ihres Blogs. Große Energie!

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A forensic toxicologist is extremely advantageous in some criminal and scientific investigations. They usually work with the policemen, coroner's office, and in litigation cases.

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