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Last year, scientists used the new technology to cut through the formaldehyde, do mitochondrial DNA sequencing and match his DNA with his family.
Zero Frizz Quickie stays in your hair for eight weeks (significantly less than a keratin treatment, but without the health risk of formaldehyde).
The lawyers also claimed FEMA downplayed the formaldehyde concerns for months and initially balked at air quality tests to avoid legal liability.
Then toxic levels of formaldehyde were found in them.
After helping to make important proteins, formaldehyde gets turned into formic acid and exits the body through urine.
Tenfold Tucked away in a sculpture garden, this full-service beauty salon specializes in natural, formaldehyde-free, cruelty-free products.
But Zimmer's genetic code was obscured for another 12 years by a formaldehyde preservative.
This makeover is missing a scene where Mia has a panic attack in the salon because the formaldehyde in her relaxer is burning her scalp.
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Origin and Etymology of formaldehyde
First Known Use: 1872See Words from the same year
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