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The first thing you learn in toxicology is that it is all a question of dose. Anything will kill you if you take enough of it; nothing will kill you if you take a small enough dose. The fact is that mercury poisoning is relatively rare these days, even though there is a good deal of mercury around. The obvious case is the old-style mercury amalgam fillings. ...


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Sources mentioned in the question (Fashionbi.com, Thehouseofpillows.eu, Whowhatwear.co.uk) claim that certain synthetic fabrics and related chemicals can cause health problems: Polyester: skin, lung and heart cancer, chronic respiratory infections, dermatitis, reduced sperm count and behavior changes Rayon (from recycled wood pulp or bamboo cellulose; ...


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