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Variations in Hematologic Responses to Increased Lead Absorption in Young Children

By: J. Julian Chisolm
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The Future of Environmental Medicine in Environmental Health Perspectives : Where Should We Beheaded

By: Brian S. Schwartz
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Activity Testing of Alveolar Macrophages and Changes in Surfactant Phospholipids after Irradiation in Bronchoalveolar Lavage : Experimental and Clinical Data

By: F. Steinberg
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Rsenic of an Antidote Ro a Global Poison

By: M. Nathaniel Mead

...idespread and often excessive. This situation began in the 1970s, when the United Nations Children’s Fund, in response to epidemics of cholera, dysen-... ...ad and often excessive. This situation began in the 1970s, when the United Nations Children’s Fund, in response to epidemics of cholera, dysen- tery, ... ...eptible to cancer at the levels of arsenic exposure typically found in the United States (less than 50 µg/L). At the present time, the carcinogenic ri... ...ectives Focus | Arsenic: A Global Poison Arsenic concentrations across the United States . . . Source: USGS, http://water.usgs.gov/nawqa/trace/pubs/g...

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Nhlbi Clinical Proteomics Programs

By: Sudhir Srivastava

...ty and mortality. Cardiovascular dis- ease is the number one killer in the United States in both men and women, across all major racial groups and tot... ... which intellectual property rights have been or may be sought both in the United States and abroad? How does the operation of intellectual property r... ...erty rights involv- ing genetics and genomics subject matter differ in the United States from other countries (e.g., what are the differences in the c... ...ernational treaty obligations likely to affect the laws and customs in the United States governing intellectual property rights to genetics and genomi...

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Save Our (Young) Skins!

By: Victoria Mcgovern

...erpt: Traditionally an adult disease, melanoma? the deadliest form of skin cancer?is on the rise in both children and adults around the world. In the United States, the overall rate of increase across the population was 2.8% per year between 1981 and 2001, according to data from the National Cancer Institutes Survey of Epidemiology and End Results. People under age 20, a g...

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Halothane Hepatotoxicity and the Reduced Derivative, 1, I, I-Trifluoro-2-Chloroethane

By: Burnell R. Brown
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Lead Toxicity : Current Concerns

By: Robert A. Goyer
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Chromosome Aberrations in Workers Exposed to Arsenic

By: G. Beckman
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Population Council Program Iii

By: Interational Development Agency

...ping world,” in Completing the Fertility Transition. Population Division, United Nations Secretariat. ESA/P/WP.172/Rev.1. New York: United Nations, ... ...rld,” in Completing the Fertility Transition. Population Division, United Nations Secretariat. ESA/P/WP.172/Rev.1. New York: United Nations, pp. 288... ...V risk through social support and livelihood skills,” presentation at the United Nations 49 th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, “Wh... ...through social support and livelihood skills,” presentation at the United Nations 49 th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, “What Can ...

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Lung Surfactant

By: Seamus A. Rooney
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Part 7 References Cited

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

... C. & Angulo, F.J. 1996. Surveillance for foodborne disease outbreaks – United States, 1988-1991. CDC Surveillance Summaries, October 25, 1996. ... ...C.V., Gellin, B. & Schwartz, B. 1990. Epidemiology of listeriosis in the United States. pp. 61–65, in: Miller, Smith & Somkuti, 1990, q.v. Buchana... ...ary FoodNet data on the incidence of foodborne illnesses – selected sites, United States, 2000. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, [April 06, 20... ... sausage). International Journal of Food Microbiology, 46: 167–171. EPA [United States Environmental Protection Agency]. 1997. Guiding principles ... .... Consumer Education and Information, Food Safety and Inspection Service, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC. See: www.fsis.us...

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Technique for the Systematic Examination of Colon - Rectum Specimens

By: Robert R. Rickert
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References

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

...73. Buchanan, R. 2003. Resistance – Thermal and Other. Presentation to the United States Food and Drug Administration Food Advisory Committee, 18-19 M... ...pe Tennessee in powdered milk products and infant formula – Canada and the United States. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 42: 516-517. Clark, ... ...pidemiology of Salmonella: Trends in serotypes isolated from humans in the United States, 1987- 1997. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 183: 753-761. Pa...

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Comparison of the Use of a Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Model and a Classical Pharmacokinetic Model for Dioxin Exposure Assessments

By: Joel E. Michalek

...ons of lead have decreased significantly around the globe as more and more nations have chosen to remove tetraethylead from gaso- line (Thomas et al. ... ...strial activities such as metal recycling and the battery industry. In the United States, for example, although the use of Pb in house paint peaked in...

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Age and Sensitivity to Lead Toxicity : A Review

By: Edward B. Mccabe

Introduction: The overall clinical picture of acute of childhood lead intoxication has changed in the United States in the past 20 years.

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Controlled Clinical Evaluations of Chlorine Dioxide, Chlorite and Chlorate in Man

By: Judith R. Lubbers

...Introduction: Chlorine dioxide is currently under serious consideration in the United States as an alternative to chlorine water treatment. Before chlorine dioxide may be used routinely as a water disinfectant, the safety of oral human ingestion of chlorine dioxide and its by-products must be assessed. ...

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Hemoglobin, Serum Iron, And Zinc Protoporphyrin in Lead-Exposed Workers

By: Ruth Lilis
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A Retrospective Cohort Study of Leukemia and Other Cancers in Benzene Workers

By: G. L. Li
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A New Approach to Evaluate the Impact of Climate on Human Mortality

By: Laurence S. Kalkstein
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Toxic Oil Timeline Diagnosing Effects Decades Later

By: Ernie Hood
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Respiratory Effects of Wood Heat : Clinical Observations and Epidemiologic Assessment

By: Richard E. Honicky

...Introduction: An increasing numberof families in the United States are con- verting to woodburning stoves in an effort to reduce winter heating bills (12). Documented hmrds associated with the use of wwdbuming stoves include accumulation of carbon monoxide as well as an increas...

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Polychlorinated Biphenyl Exposure and Effects in Transformer Repair Workers

By: Edward A. Emmett
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Use of the Enzyme-Linked Lmmunosorbent Assay (Elisa) in Lmmunotoxicity Testing

By: Joseph G. Vos
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Dimethylamine Borane Neurotoxicity

By: Yu Tse Tsan
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Dose Considerations in the So2-Exposed Exercising Asthmatic

By: Anthony V. Colucci
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National Prevalence and Exposure Risk for Cockroach Allergen in U.S. Households

By: Richard D. Cohn

...sents a significant public health problem. The prevalence of asthma in the United States has increased considerably since 1980 (Mannino et al. 1998), ... ...g units (defined as metropolitan statistical areas or counties) across the United States, followed by the sampling of segments (defined as contigu- ous... ...res. Some differences were also seen according to geographic region of the United States, with somewhat higher living room floor levels in the Northeas... ...rgen con- centrations in homes of asthmatic children in the northeast- ern United States: impact of socioeconomic factors and population density. Envi... ...CA, Ashizawa A, Nixon LL, Johnson CA, et al. 1998. Surveillance for asthma—United States, 1960–1995. MMWR CDC Surveill Summ 47(1):1–28. Pollart SM, Mu...

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