Researchers have used silicone wristbands to track firefighters’ exposures to 134 potentially carcinogenic chemicals. Analysis of the chemicals absorbed by the wristbands over a six-day shift show that while some exposures are linked to being at the scene of a fire, others aren’t. This suggests that just being a firefighter means you are exposed to more of these compounds than the average adult, regardless of whether you respond to a fire.
Israel protests: PM Netanyahu delays legal reforms after day of strikes
When he finally addressed the nation tonight, he was quick to cast blame. He accused an “extremist minority” of trying to divide