This question from 2013 was recently brought forward. Its only purpose is to find out if using a certain type of cookware, in this case titanium, is safe for the body. It's seeking academic, peer-reviewed, articles, not just opinion.
It was highly voted and has two informative and also highly-voted answers. One mentioned that titanium isn't generally used in backpacking, but mostly they answered the question as posed. There was also a discussion in comments regarding the safety of this cookware, but not seeming to relate it to outdoor activities.
To me, this looks off-topic. I briefly checked the other questions tagged cooking and this seems to be the only one that asks this type of question without any mention of outdoor activity.
I was thinking of initiating a close vote as off-topic, especially since it's now on the front page and may encourage similar questions. The OP hasn't been seen here for three years, or on the entire SE network for one, so I can't ask for clarification or an edit to tie it to outdoor activities. The authors of the two top answers are still around the network, so they may not appreciate the question being closed.
I did see this meta discussion, also from 2013, asking if we should create a close reason for questions seeking medical advice. The answer to that was no, which I understand in the context of health problems arising from outdoor activities, but the one which I'm referencing doesn't appear to fall into that category.
My intention is not to go around closing questions for no reason, but I would appreciate clarification regarding this issue, and, in particular, the specific question.
Would someone kindly clarify this for me?