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High levels of the carcinogenic chemical cadmium can still be found in everyday household products like second-hand plastic toys, drinking glasses, alcoholic beverage bottles, ceramics and artists’ paints, according to new research led by Dr Andrew Turner.
- Health warning over second-hand plastic toys – Irish News
Professor Caroline Floccia is among the experts featured in the final episode of Babies: Their Wonderful World.
- BBC Two documentary Babies: Their Wonderful World
- Billions of nanoplastic particles seep into mollusc organs within six hours – Marine Conservation Society
- The 5 Coolest Things On Earth This Week – GE Reports
Work showed that snails were more likely to attack seedlings based on their preference for, or dislike of, naturally omitted volatile scents produced by the seedlings.
Puzzle of snail and slug feeding preferences solved – Science Daily
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