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Working conditions and health in hairdressing salons.
The purpose of the study was to assess the working conditions in hairdressing salons and the influence of work factors on the workers' health. Twenty randomly sampled hairdressing salons in theExpand
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Self reported respiratory symptoms and diseases among hairdressers.
OBJECTIVES: Hairdressers are exposed to many irritative and allergenic substances capable of causing occupational respiratory symptoms and diseases. The self reported prevalence of respiratoryExpand
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Health reasons for leaving the profession as determined among Finnish hairdressers in 1980–1995
Abstract Background: Selection into and out of a profession is a known phenomenon in jobs such as hairdressing, in which the workers are exposed to agents and conditions capable of causingExpand
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Occupational allergic dermatoses in hairdressers
* The same patient was tested with several fragrances, rubber chemicals and formaldehyde liberators. skin disease. They were patch tested as previously described (4, 5), usually with a standardExpand
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Work-related violence and its associations with psychological health : A study of Finnish police patrol officers and security guards
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Occupational skin and respiratory diseases among hairdressers.
OBJECTIVES The occurrence and causes of hairdressers' occupational skin and respiratory diseases were studied. METHODS Of a random sample of 500 female hairdressers aged 15-54 years, 355 wereExpand
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Pneumococcal carriage in children during their first two years: important role of family exposure
Background. Close family and day-care contacts have been identified as risk factors for pneumococcal (Pnc) carriage. This study addresses the risk of Pnc carriage by infants 2 to 24 months of age inExpand
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Dynamics of natural immunity caused by subclinical infections, case study on Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib).
Natural immunity to Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) is based primarily on antibodies that are thought to develop in response to subclinical infections. Wide use of conjugated Hib vaccines couldExpand
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Violence and psychological distress among police officers and security guards.
BACKGROUND Police officers and security guards are more exposed to violence during their work duties than the general workforce and it can damage their psychological health. Still research onExpand
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Injuries caused by work-related violence: frequency, need for medical treatment and associations with adverse mental health and alcohol use among Finnish police officers.
BACKGROUND We examined the associations of the frequency and the need for medical treatment caused by work-related violence with adverse mental health among Finnish police officers (n = 1,734). Expand
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