Overexposure


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Overexposure

The state of taking on too much risk. One may be overexposed to an industry, a company or even an investment vehicle. For example, a mutual fund may be overexposed to the financial sector by buying too many stocks in banks relative to its stocks in other industries.
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Furthermore, significant rhabdomyolysis was present; it is, however, a rare presentation in cases of LPG overexposure.
Robin Rhode, a young South African artist who seemed to be everywhere in New York last month, has such a light touch that fears of overexposure may be safely set aside.
Food and Drug Administration oppose the practice, saying that overexposure to high-frequency sound waves could be unhealthy, and that commercial ultrasound technicians may lack proper training.
TWO years after the quiz show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire died on US TV from overexposure, it is being brought back with a $10m(pounds 5.
The Hair Repair Formula is an advanced protein-rich formula specifically designed to build and maintain strength in hair that has been weakened from overexposure to the elements, or chemical or thermal damage.
It is widely known that overexposure to UVB radiation can cause skin cancer, but it is also true that underexposure to UVB radiation is just as harmful, maybe even more harmful, to our overall health.
And then, just when they've come to care about the case for no good reason other than overexposure, it will be settled out of court.
Overexposure to lead has been shown to damage the human blood-forming process, the nervous and reproductive systems, and the urinary tract.
Overexposure to UV light can potentially damage the cornea, and studies have shown that prolonged exposure can cause cataracts and macular degeneration, both of which are leading causes of blindness in the elderly.
A new product helps active adults and children protect themselves from overexposure to the sun.
They frame the view of Warehouse W from the riverside and create a sense of enclosure and intimacy, protecting the central south-facing green space from overexposure to the Excel, and the members of its family which will doubtless rise in the west.
A I've never heard of dancers having problems getting hired because of overexposure.