Man smoking no-smoking sign

Tobacco Products

A study of counterfeit cigarettes seized in the US supply chain has found that are almost always loaded with lead and cadmium, heavy metals known to be hazardous to health.

Clothing & Accessories

Scientists in the US have developed sophisticated fluorescent inks which they believe could be used by consumers to spot a fake product just by taking a photo on their smartphone.
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Food & Beverage

Technology updates from Invengo, Global Closure Systems, NanoMatriX, Thermo and Applied DNA Sciences.
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Fake malaria, HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis drugs may be responsible for tens of thousands of deaths in poor countries, say researchers.

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