A chemical has been found in our most popular toothpaste Colgate, which has been linked to cancer and many other harmful illnesses. This compound is called Triclosan, and it is used in deodorants as well as hand sanitizers. You can find this chemical in several other things as well ranging from antiseptic to laundry detergent. A recent study done and published in the Chemical Research in Toxicology found that this chemical promotes cancer growth. This is not surprising because the government tends to tell us something is good until terrible things happen because of it, and they end up banning it like they did with asbestos, PCB’s, and DDT. Triclosan has no problem passing through the skin and immediately goes to interfering with hormone function. Canada is one step ahead of us as usual and has already put out a ban on products containing this chemical. Despite the substantial amount of evidence against this chemical Colgate still claims that everything is fine and there is nothing to worry about, Should we believe them, or are they just trying to ensure they don’t lose money? There is profit to be made on the sick people in this world.
The couple said, After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce. We go forward with love and friendship for one another and a commitment to co-parenting our children whose privacy we ask to be respected during this difficult time.
The ultimate episode of Top Gear, that includes its longtime and just lately embattled co-host Jeremy Clarkson, aired on Sunday, ending a long term for one of many UKs hottest tv personalities.
Again in March, the BBC introduced that it had no plans to renew Clarksons contract following an investigation into his bodily assault on producer Oisin Tymon. The present will return with out Clarkson in 2016, however the assist for the displaced host, regardless of the assault incident, has been overwhelming, and was made clear once more on social media following his final show.
I am imagining a extremely paid BBC boss, in a darkened room, rocking again n forth, muttering what have we performed on repeat #TopGear
— Gail Macgregor (@TenaciousTory) June 28, 2015
Finish of an period #TopGear pic.twitter.com/YprztHr8Q9
— Michael Pattinson (@MikePattinson) June 28, 2015
the BBC ought to have at least had the decency to let Jeremy Clarkson film a correct goodbye #TopGear
— 12|7|15 (@squiggaplease) June 28, 2015
The final High Gear was as epic as ever, it felt reasonably lifeless because of no studio viewers and Jeremy not being there! #RIPTopGear
— iBallisticSquid (@iBallisticSquid) June 28, 2015
As an alternative of showing Clarkson as a part of the in-studio staff for the ultimate episode of Season 22, the show instead placed a literal elephant within the room, which it referenced on the Top Gear web site.