health hazard


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hazard to the health of those exposed to it

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Army Regulation 40-10: Health Hazard Assessment Program in Support of the Army Acquisition Process.
Perdikis called the Health Ministry to inform the public about the health hazards linked to mobile phone use, suggesting a special emphasis on primary school pupils.
The National Research Council's Committee to Review the NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) Health Hazard Evaluation Program reports on the impact and relevance of the NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Program in providing information regarding substances in the workplace with potentially toxic effects.
The report strikes an elegant balance, clarifying what have been ethical gray areas while still facilitating and encouraging housing-related health hazard research designed to improve the lives of the most vulnerable children and families.
Authorities probing the health hazards posed by poison gas agents left in Kamisu, Ibaraki Prefecture, by the Imperial Japanese Army have detected organic arsenic compounds in rice harvested at four farms in the town, the prefectural government said Thursday.
A quarter of 80 pools tested in the popular resorts of Majorca and Corfu were condemned as health hazards in a ``stomachchurning'' survey by the Consumers' Association.
A list of selected dietary supplements associated with serious safety problems appeared in an out-of-print 1993 FDA document "Unsubstantiated Claims and Documented Health Hazards in the Dietary Supplement Marketplace.
It is a health hazard and devalues adjoining property.
They charge DU ordnance represents an environmental and health hazard that will endure for generations after the weapons have been used.
Similarly, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine calls milk "the number one health hazard racing young children and adults.
In addition, Mass notes that hepatitis C, which was classified as a separate disease in 1990, is relatively unstudied and could pose a significant health hazard to gay men, "The serious complications are twice as high as with hepatitis B," says Mass.
Moreover, to the extent the TAM reflects an IRS policy to allow current deductibility only when the source of contamination continues to pose a health hazard, such a policy is, at best, highly questionable.
The EPA has determined that lead poses a serious health hazard to everyone.
In January of 1964, the surgeon general decried smoking as a major health hazard for the first time.
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