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Human exposure

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Study of Chemicals in Americans Shows Encouraging Trends - New York Times

The most comprehensive study yet of the levels of potentially harmful substances in Americans has some encouraging findings, and sometimes surprising ones.The results published yesterday by federal...
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Is There Lead In My Phone Case?

Is There Lead In My Phone Case? | APES Human Hazards 29 | Scoop.it
There’s no place for lead in the human body, plain and simple. Even the smallest amount of exposure to the element is toxic.
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Tyrone Hayes + Penelope Jagessar Chaffer: The toxic baby?

http://www.ted.com Filmmaker Penelope Jagessar Chaffer was curious about the chemicals she was exposed to while pregnant: Could they affect her unborn child?...
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Health effects of pollution

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Food inspectors in high gear for festival season

Food inspectors in high gear for festival season | APES Human Hazards 29 | Scoop.it
Outdoor food festival season is upon us, and inspectors from Naperville and Des Plaines to Chicago are gearing up to test food temperatures, refrigeration and hygiene to try to protect the public....
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Air Pollution Linked to Short-Term Increase in Heart Attack and Stroke Risk | Healthland | TIME.com

Air Pollution Linked to Short-Term Increase in Heart Attack and Stroke Risk | Healthland | TIME.com | APES Human Hazards 29 | Scoop.it
In two separate studies this week, researchers show that exposure to air pollution can boost the odds of heart attack or stroke — by as much as 5% and 34%, respectively.
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