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.
Flexibility will be one of the most critical factors going into the future but the key will be balance to avoid overexposure.
Noise is everywhere, and children and adults alike are at risk for hearing loss from overexposure," said James F.
Some of the serious and repeat violations are lead and silica overexposure, high-level noise exposure, electrical hazards, training deficiencies and lack of personal protective equipment for employees.
A new campaign to help parents of 8- to 12-year-olds teach their children how to avoid hearing loss from overexposure to loud noise was launched today by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), part of the National Institutes of Health.
Overexposure to sun not only causes painful sunburns, but also prematurely aged and wrinkled skin.
Overexposure can cause irritation to the eyes, nose and throat, and may induce depression.
In this image, Pluto and Charon have been dimmed by a factor of 10 to reduce position-measurement errors due to overexposure.
The study revealed that using pancreatic islet cells transplant into the liver fail not only because of immune cell rejection, but also because of overexposure to toxic fats that are synthesized by surrounding liver cells and flood the pancreatic transplants more effective, the researcher reported in the journal Diabetes.
While the myth remains that the evolution of the tanning trend had its source in fashion, it in fact was lauded by doctors as a panacea for all kinds of ailments until the dangers of overexposure became known.
The new snapper also boasts a 6x optical zoom and a new overexposure warning feature, which indicates areas of overexposure in captured images.
Many humans use preventive measures to guard against overexposure to the sun.