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A controlled field trial of physiological responses to organophosphate residues in farm workers.
- D. Richards, J. Kraus, +4 authors W. W. Kilgore
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of environmental pathology and toxicology
- 1 November 1978
Blood acetylcholinesterase (ACHE) and pseudocholinesterase (PCHE) activity and urinary dialkyl phosphate (DAP) excretion were measured in a group of 15 male agriculture field workers during a… Expand
Psychosocial sequelae of therapeutic abortion in young unmarried women.
Postabortion courses of 22 unmarried pregnant women in middle and late adolescence, who successfully obtained therapeutic abortions under recently liberalized abortion statutes and practices are… Expand
Epidemiologic study of physiological effects in usual and volunteer citrus workers from organophosphate pesticide residues at reentry.
- J. Kraus, R. Mull, +4 authors W. W. Kilgore
- Journal of toxicology and environmental health
- 1 July 1981
Biological parameters associated with organophosphate (OP) pesticide exposure were evaluated in a study of citrus harvesters. Changes in these parameters related to environmental residues of… Expand
Monitoring of grape harvesters for evidence of cholinesterase inhibition.
This report describes the results of a long-term monitoring study of 36 grape harvesters who were occupationally exposed to organophosphate pesticide residues following reentry into vineyards during… Expand
The affirmation of humanism: A statement of principles
- P. Kurtz
Morality is natural
- Paul Kurtz
- 1 September 2007
Many philosophers, including perhaps most famously G.E. Moore, have argued that morality is non-natural. Here, Paul Kurtz defends the view that it is, in fact, natural and can in fact be justified… Expand
First Things First: Toward a Minimal Definition of Humanism
- P. Kurtz
- 1 April 1998