This element was named after a Norse goddess of beauty because it comes in many colors, which chemists enjoy playing with: Hard to believe vanadium
Did you ever wonder why there is a mineral named after a Moon goddess in your daily vitamin? It was one of those weird naming
Phosphorus is one of those “polymath” elements–it does a variety of things in your body, your food, and all around you. And apparently we’re going
Both of these are in multivitamin supplements (as well as on the critical minerals list for their non-health-related uses). It’s easy to confuse the two
Many people connect iodine and salt, but are there iodine mines, like salt mines? Does it just occur in food? Why do we need iodine?
Bioscientists are working on safer, easier bone transplants. A human trial is scheduled for 2020. This post also has a video about calcium and, believe it not, beautiful caves .