The steel knife you have in your hand could be the one you’re going to use to kill a stranger, according to the latest findings from the FDA.
In the past year, the FDA has come under increasing scrutiny for the safety of the steel knives that are manufactured and sold.
That scrutiny has led to a push to restrict the sale of knives with the same steel that is used in other products, such as guns and cars.
In a new report published Tuesday, the agency looked at the ingredients used to make almost 200 products, including a variety of knives.
In the last six years, the federal government has been looking at these products and found that some were potentially unsafe.
According to the FDA, the chemicals used in the manufacturing of stainless steel knives could pose a threat to people with serious health conditions.
The agency says the chemicals could affect a person’s immune system, increase the risk of infection from bacterial and viral infections, or increase the chances of the knife breaking during a struggle or sharpening.
The report said that the chemical could also be toxic to the lungs and heart, as well as affect the way that the knife feels, the finish of the blade and whether the knife can be used to cut food.
The FDA says that all stainless steel products should be handled with care.
In its analysis of the knives that the FDA tested, the group identified eight chemicals used to manufacture the steel used in some of the most popular products, as follows:Silicon carbide – used in knives to shape the knife and provide a protective coating, and to create the knife’s “bamboo” bladeMaterial-Porous-based carbon – used to create a blade-like surface and create a hard edgeThe chemical compound carbon is known to cause cancer in animals, but the FDA said it was not known to pose a health risk to humans.
The FDA said that it had not received any reports of deaths or injuries related to using a stainless knife in the last 12 months.
The report was published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology.