The Germany-based Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) will host its 15th consumer protection forum—“Aluminum in Everyday Life: A Health Risk? Intake of Aluminum from Food, Cosmetics and Other Consumer Products”— on November 26-27, 2014, in Berlin-Marienfelde. Experts will provide information on the current state of research so that stakeholders may begin to answer questions such as (i) “How much aluminum do we intake via food, drinking water, drugs, packaging and cosmetic products?”; (ii) “Are there reasons to believe that aluminum intake is a cause of Alzheimer’s disease or breast cancer?”; and (iii) “Should contact with aluminum be reduced, and if so, what are measures that individual consumers can take?” The event will be interpreted and broadcast via live streaming.