Many of these researchers already have documented the link between chronic exposure
to polluted air and high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity.
Effective characterization of chelation therapy for accidental or chronic exposure
to metals depends on robust technologies for quantitative measurements of metals in body fluids.
to dioxins "interferes with the process of conception," so people who have been exposed for over 20 years or so "will have a higher probability of giving birth to females," Argo said.
According to the World Health Organization, chronic exposure
to cadmium may lead to kidney damage and impaired lung function.
As such, residents face chronic exposure
to environmental hazards and related public health risks.
The silicon supplement BioSil, which contains a choline-stabilized and concentrated form of orthosilicic acid, ch-OSA, may help restore elasticity and suppleness to skin damaged by chronic exposure
to sunlight or ultraviolet (UV) rays, and reduce brittleness in hair and nails.
Esler says the unexpected persistence of toxic subsurface oil that became trapped among sand and rocks led to the chronic exposure
Symptoms of chronic exposure
to mercury amalgams are many, and often may not initially be related to the teeth.
to inhalants can lead to significant damage to the heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys.
The effects of chronic exposure
to 0 (control), 1ppm, 10ppm, and 100ppm nitrite solutions were evaluated by monitoring survival and measuring oxygen consumption rates in post-larvae.
Studies have also shown that chronic exposure
to aircraft noise has serious implications for the health and well-being of people and communities as well as for children's learning in schools near major airfields.
BOSTON -- Boys with behavior disorders show a preference for violent video games, and chronic exposure
to these games, and chronic exposure
to these games appears to be associated with a decline in empathy, Dr.