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Synonyms for exposure

Synonyms for exposure

the condition of being laid open to something undesirable or injurious

something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized

Synonyms for exposure

vulnerability to the elements

the act of subjecting someone to an influencing experience

the disclosure of something secret

aspect resulting from the direction a building or window faces

the state of being vulnerable or exposed

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the intensity of light falling on a photographic film or plate

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the act of exposing film to light

presentation to view in an open or public manner

abandoning without shelter or protection (as by leaving as infant out in the open)

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Holmes et al (14) describe the genetic and epigenetic, mechanisms associated with Cr-induced carcinogenesis while Mazumder (15) presents an overview on carcinogeneic and non-carcinogenic effects upon chronic exposure to As.
Chronic exposure affects the central nervous system causing headache, fatigue, and weakness, with possible minor effects on kidney function and blood.
The carcinogenic effect of chronic exposure to very hot liquids on the throat is lower for those whose diets are rich in fruits, vegetables, and grains; but the risk is even higher for heavy drinkers and smokers.
It is well documented that chronic exposure to these contaminants poses a serious respiratory hazard to city residents, especially to seniors and children,'' they wrote, noting that the state Air Resources Board last month classified diesel as a toxic air contaminant.
For most, it is simply part of t process aggravated by an acute episode of injury or chronic exposure to any of a encountered at work or play.
Chronic exposure to sunlight is the cause of almost all basal cell carcinomas, which occur most frequently on exposed parts of the body -- the face, ears, neck, scalp, shoulders, and back.
A major limiting factor in most environmental health studies to date has been the uncertainty in quantitative estimates of chronic exposure.
Early-Life Stress increased adulthood anxiety, increased the hormonal response to stress (corticosterone) and increased the preference for comfort foods, even after a period of chronic exposure to this type of food.
The researchers calculate that chronic exposure to loud traffic noise causes three per cent of all cases of tinnitus, in which sufferers hear constant noise.
It is known that mice that lack TLR4 do not produce as much inflammation after exposure to pollution as do normal mice, thus suggesting that TLR4 plays an important role in the body's response to chronic exposure to PM.
The research group, led by Ohio State University scientists, has described studies in mice suggesting that chronic exposure to very fine particulate matter triggers events that allow white blood cells to escape from bone marrow and work their way into the bloodstream.
Chronic exposure to stressors can indeed stimulate the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and induce a disbalance between anabolic and catabolic hormones, responsible of
Early findings from the World Health Organisation show that chronic exposure to noise in busy cities can make people ill and can even kill.
Brown spots result directly from chronic exposure to sunlight.
The changes indicate chronic exposure to environmental contaminants that mimic the animals' own estrogen, the primary female sex hormone.
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