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Electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) and subjective health complaints associated with electromagnetic fields of mobile phone communication--a literature review published between 2000 and 2004.
Literature published between 2000 to 2004 concerning electromagnetic fields (EMF) of mobile communication and electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) or unspecific symptoms of ill health,Expand
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[Haematological data relating to phenol excretion in urine with chronic benzene exposure. I. Epidemiological studies of adults (author's transl)].
The phenol excretion in 24-h-urine has proved in epidemiological studies of normal population as a parameter, which can be measured very well and is sufficient exact as a parameter for a benzeneExpand
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Testing of chelating agents and vitamins against lead toxicity using mammalian cell cultures.
Mammalian cell cultures were used to determine the capacity of antidotes to modify (a) lead uptake, (b) lead toxicity and (c) lead release from cells. The following chelating agents were tested: Na,Expand
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Low dose effects of fibrous and non-fibrous mineral dusts on the proliferation of mammalian cells in vitro.
This report presents preliminary results of studies on the growth stimulating properties of mineral dusts. The studies were carried out with Syrian hamster diploid embryonic fibroblasts and ChineseExpand
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Improper use of an insecticide at a kindergarten.
In a German kindergarten cockroaches were destroyed by a commercial firm. A preparation containing pyrethrum and its synergist piperonyl butoxide and the organic phosphorus pesticide chlorpyriphosExpand
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[The exposure of the population to toxic substances in the interior of motor vehicles--the example of benzene].
The exposure of the population to benzene is caused in the first place by emissions of the motor-vehicle traffic. The air pollution concentrations in main traffic routes and in the sphere ofExpand
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Pest control in public institutions.
After the spraying of insecticides against cockroaches in a kindergarten insecticide residues were detected over several months in spite of extensive decontamination. This prompted measurements in aExpand
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[Significance of environmental medicine in modern medicine].
  • T. Eikmann
  • History, Medicine
  • Versicherungsmedizin
  • 1 December 2002
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[Quantitative monitoring of microorganisms in incoming air of air conditioning systems in hospitals].
In eight hospitals the quantity of microorganisms in the supply air of air conditioning systems was determined. A Reuter-Centrifugal-Sampler (by Biotest, Frankfurt) sampled 160 litres of air in fourExpand
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