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Health Risks from Exposure to Metals in Household Dusts
The results of this study indicate that exposure to indoor and/or outdoor dust presents a potential health risk for Louisiana residents. Expand
Chlorpyrifos: An Unwelcome Pesticide in our Homes
Studies conducted in indoor environments after termiticide, crack-and-crevice, broadcast, or fogger applications have shown that chlorpyrifos exposure can occur via inhalation of residual air concentrations, dermal or oral exposure from residues on floors and carpets, children toys, food, and dust. Expand
Potential health risks from exposure to indoor formaldehyde.
An indoor air quality survey was conducted in Southern Louisiana to determine levels of airborne formaldehyde and it would appear that in some Southern Louisiana houses, a high level of formaldehyde could serve as a potential upper respiratory irritant. Expand
Potential Health Risks From Exposure to Indoor Chlorpyrifos
A four-season, indoor air quality survey was conducted in Southern Louisiana to determine the indoor air levels of the pesticide chlorpyrifos. Gas chromatographic analysis of 213 air samplesExpand
Calculating Residual Dose in Mu2e
When physics experiments include particle beams accelerated to relativistic energies impinging upon targets, fluxes of secondary particles are often produced and come into contact with theirExpand
Potential health risks from indoor exposure to chlorpyrifos (O,O-diethyl O-[3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridyl] phosphorothioate).
The exposure of occupants to the indoor air concentrations of the pesticide chlorpyrifos were below either the irritation or the odor thresholds, and effects on acute and chronic health responses remains uncertain. Expand