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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A: We recommend that you always take precautions to stay safe whenever you go outdoors, because damage caused by UV overexposure is cumulative over your lifetime.
X-rays rejected due to overexposure were 48.8% (table 2), 37.9% due to underexposure(table 3), 6.9% due to faulty positioning(table 4), 6.9% due to patient movement (table 5) and 3% due to artifacts(table 6).
* the patient had a reduced level of consciousness and signs of a probable pneumonitis--both fitting the effects commonly associated with overexposure to LPG.
Higgins said that ThrowBack was an alternative to the current overexposure of one's images and the numbness this could create.
Cancer Research UK's Sarah Williams said: "Most cases of melanoma are caused by overexposure to UV rays - you can reduce the risk by avoiding sunburn."
This, it said, would lead to banks having an overexposure to sudden spikes in demand for cash, according to a Reuters report.
An Organization (Variety) that promotes the overexposure of attention craving "celebrities" is advocating would-be celebrities (lawyers) should not jump into the limelight.
[ClickPress, Fri Jun 28 2013] Macedonians are becoming increasingly aware of the negative effects of unprotected overexposure to the sun's harmful UV rays.
"Adding a sun-smart sensor to our H-800 series full brim hard hats helps provide an easily observable indication of when it's time to take the hard hat out of service due to UV light overexposure."
The federal government and the pharmaceutical and meat industries are under increasing pressure to implement these changes as citizens' concerns rise over antibiotic resistance in humans from overexposure to the drugs in meat.
RadTrac provides RTDS, a radiation dose tracking system, to medical facilities including hospitals, imaging departments, radiology departments and clinics to prevent radiation overexposure and to promote responsible imaging.