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Aluminium toxicity

Aluminium toxicity: Introduction

High levels of aluminium in humans can be toxic. Excess aluminium is acquired by use of antiperspirants and deodorants, aluminium cookware, drinks in aluminium cans, bleached flour, antacids and some drinking water supplies. ...more »

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