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True assessment of cumulative lead body burden should use measurements of bone lead, where most of the body lead burden is concentrated.
marinus infections, which are routinely detected with RFTM assays of solid tissue subsamples, occur once an oyster tissue wet weight-normalized body burden of parasite cells (infection intensity) reaches an approximate threshold of [10.
EWG looked for 210 chemicals in nine people and created a personal body burden profile for each - putting a human face, as well as a corporate face, on the problem.
The goals of the CDC NHANES fourth report is more than establishing that body burden of chemicals exists.
U-Cd levels were systematically higher in current smokers than in never-smokers up to 70 years of age, but this difference remained constant, contrary to the expectation for a biomarker to reflect an increase in Cd body burden with chronic smoking.
Sampling was done in winter to minimize the influence of gametogenesis and spawning on contaminant body burden (Jovanovich & Marion 1987, Ellis et al.
Sincerely,--LW A2: I find that along with reducing the total body burden, ribose (15 gms/day) is really helpful.
Impact of dust from multiple microenvironments and diet on pentaBDE body burden.
Body Burden, a clown show about breast cancer and the environment, has three performances scheduled in Eugene in coming days.
Now, another subtle health effect has been identified in children carying a low-level body burden of lead: They have trouble balancing.