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Comparison of pesticide exposure and physical examination, neurological assessment, and laboratory findings between full-time and part-time vegetable farmers in the Philippines
  • J. D. Lu
  • Medicine
  • Environmental health and preventive medicine
  • 3 September 2009
ObjectivesThis study aimed to compare the work practices and health effects of pesticide exposure between full-time and part-time vegetable farmers.MethodsData was gathered via structured personalExpand
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Occupational Health and Safety in Small Scale Mining: Focus on Women Workers in the Philippines
This study highlights women's participation in small scale mining, and their occupational safety and health conditions. Small scale mining is a significant source of income in many developingExpand
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Insecticide Residues in Eggplant Fruits, Soil, and Water in the Largest Eggplant-Producing Area in the Philippines
This study looked into the insecticide residues in eggplant, soil, and water samples in the largest eggplant-producing community in the Philippines as well as to analyze the fate of insecticides. TheExpand
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Occupational Health and Safety of Women Workers: Viewed in the Light of Labor Regulations
Abstract This article is an analytic and discursive review of data and studies about women workers in the manufacturing sector in the Philippines in the light of labor regulations. The analyses focusExpand
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Multipesticide Residue Assessment of Agricultural Soil and Water in Major Farming Areas in Benguet, Philippines
  • J. D. Lu
  • Environmental Science
  • 17 February 2010
This study investigated the concentration and presence of pesticide residues in water and soil in Benguet, which is a vegetable producing region in the Philippines. Seventy-eight samples and 49 waterExpand
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Gender Analysis of Women in the Philippine Agriculture and Their Occupational Issues
Abstract Feminist research shows how gender, in interaction with other socioeconomic differentiation theories on class and ethnicity, influences agrarian transition, health patterns, and economicExpand
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Effect of Work Intensification and Work Extensification on Women's Health in the Globalised Labour Market
This study examined the association between labour intensification due to work intensification and work extensification and ill health in women in certain manufacturing work in the Philippines. WorkExpand
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Pesticide application and health hazards: implications for farmers and the environment
This study investigated unsafe work practices, health hazards, and the association between pesticide residues with environmental problems in six communities in the largest vegetable producingExpand
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Diversity Quotas, Diverse Perspectives (The Case of Gender)
Wave mimics hexameter this is the fifth stage of understanding of Bakhtin on. Mountain area, of course, traditionally symbolizes multimolecular associate, regardless of the cost. The essence of theExpand
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Pesticide poisoning among cut-flower farmers
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