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Increase in interleukin-6 and fibrinogen after exposure to dust in tunnel construction workers
Objectives: To see if there is any change in blood concentrations of interleukin-6 (IL-6) and fibrinogen during a working shift in tunnel construction workers. Methods: 12 Tunnel construction workersExpand
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Occurrence of cognitive symptoms in dental assistants with previous occupational exposure to metallic mercury.
Previous investigations have presented evidence for an increased prevalence of late cognitive effects in dental personnel exposed to metallic mercury. We wanted to examine if there was a correlationExpand
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Asbestos exposure, smoking habits, and cancer incidence among production and maintenance workers in an electrochemical plant.
The incidence of cancer was studied in a cohort of 287 men who were exposed to asbestos at a nitric acid production plant from 1928 onwards. During the observation period from 1953 through 1980 allExpand
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Nonfatal Occupational Injuries in Norwegian Farmers☆
Background Agriculture ranks among the most dangerous trades worldwide. There is, however, still a lack of knowledge on nonfatal injuries in agriculture. The aim of this study was to describe theExpand
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Exposure to mineral oil mist and respiratory symptoms in marine engineers.
The purpose of the study was to see if marine engineers have an increased prevalence of respiratory symptoms, and if so whether it can be related to occupational exposures. A self-administeredExpand
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Occurrence of Cognitive and Neurological Symptoms in Norwegian Dentists
Objectives Previous investigations have presented some evidence of late cognitive effects in dental personnel exposed to metallic mercury. We wanted to examine if Norwegian dentists have an increasedExpand
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[A world free of nuclear weapons].
  • B. Hilt
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  • Tidsskrift for den Norske laegeforening…
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We are approaching the close of the twentieth century. It has been the most bloodstained century in history. Fifty-eight million perished in two world wars. Forty million more have died in otherExpand
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Health survey of former workers in a Norwegian coke plant: Part 2. Cancer incidence and cause specific mortality.
OBJECTIVES: A Norwegian coke plant that operated from 1964 to 1988 was investigated to ascertain whether the male workers in this plant had increased morbidities of cancer or increased mortality fromExpand
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Relationships between Indoor Environments and Nasal Inflammation in Nursing Personnel
Abstract In this study, the authors sought to address the relationships between measured indoor environmental factors and nasal patency (i.e., minimum cross-sectional area) and volume and markers ofExpand
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Work environment factors and work sustainability in Norwegian cooks.
OBJECTIVES Cooks have increased morbidity and mortality. A high turnover has also been reported. We aimed to elucidate work environment and work sustainability in Norwegian cooks. MATERIAL ANDExpand
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