What you need to know about ceramic tile (2:00)

By Michael HaggertyThe ceramic tile industry has been in the spotlight lately as a major culprit in the recent spike in the number of people with Alzheimer’s disease.

A recent article in Popular Science found that nearly three quarters of all Americans who use ceramic tiles in their homes are at risk of dementia.

But what does this really mean?

And is it safe?

The answer is no.

Ceramic tiles are a chemical and it can cause cancer.

The American Ceramic Tile Association estimates that ceramics contain up to 5,000 chemicals, including arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, lead compounds, manganese, nickel, and silicon.

It also contains mercury, which is considered a human carcinogen.

As such, they should not be used by the general public.

There are a number of possible health risks to using ceramic tile, and the ones most commonly discussed are lead, arsenic, chromate, and mercury.

Lead can cause headaches, nausea, and heart problems in children and adults, especially if ingested, ingested with food, or inhaled through a contaminated water source.

Chromates are highly toxic, and they can cause serious illness in people with heart and lung problems, especially in children.

Aluminum is a metal that’s been shown to increase the risk of death in laboratory animals and people with kidney problems.

It can also cause severe health problems in people.

It’s the leading cause of childhood leukemia.

Chromate, which can be added to ceramic tiles to enhance their strength, is a mineral compound.

It was discovered by scientists in the 1960s that the minerals in ceramies can interact with each other and make the tile stronger and stronger.

It is also a common contaminant in the ceramic tiles used in modern homes, which are commonly coated in plastic, which means that it is likely to get into the water supply.

This is a chemical that is highly toxic and can cause liver damage, kidney damage, and lung damage.

Chromate is also highly corrosive and can easily corrode lead-based coatings.

Mercury is also toxic to the body, but it’s more likely to be found in older adults.

Lead is known to cause cancer in animals, and chromates have been found in drinking water in certain communities.

Chromates are a byproduct of a process called glazing.

Glazing is when lead or arsenic is poured into a ceramically coated water pipe.

This allows the water to cool, while still retaining the strength of the water.

This process also helps keep the copper in the tile in contact with the copper wire, which creates corrosion.

These materials are extremely expensive to make and there are a few reasons why ceramists may not want to use them in their projects.

Most ceramic tiles are made of ceramical fibers that are porous and cannot withstand the stress of running water.

One study found that ceramic tiles were the second most popular material used in residential water fixtures, behind asbestos tiles.

Ceramics can also become damaged if they are subjected to high temperatures.

They can become so hot that they break.

Lead can be used in ceramic tiles by adding it to the clay, or by pouring it into a porous ceramic pipe.

In addition, ceramica is commonly mixed with calcium and other elements to make plaster.

When calcium is mixed with ceramic, it forms a highly porous and water resistant material that is resistant to water and other chemicals.

The chemicals found in ceramic tiles can be toxic to people, and some of these chemicals can cause health problems if they reach the skin.

Chlorine, which has been shown in the body to cause kidney damage and lung cancer, is the main carcinogen in ceramic.

Some of the chemicals found on ceramic tiles come from the manufacturing process.

Ceramic tile makers often use chemical additives to prevent corrosion, which in turn reduces the chances of them forming in the environment.

When it comes to safety, ceramic tile is a relatively new technology that’s gaining traction in many areas.

It has gained more attention recently because of the number and severity of the reports of people who have developed dementia and memory loss due to exposure to ceramic tile.

In addition, ceramic tile is now being used as a popular material for homes that are designed to be more eco-friendly.

It should be noted that ceramic tile doesn’t contain arsenic, mercury or cadmias, but the chemicals that are in ceramic tile do.

People with Alzheimer, who have cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer’s, may not have any problems with ceramic tile because they don’t have symptoms of Alzheimer’s.