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- Manjón, Iliana; Ramírez-Andreotta, Mónica D.; Sáez, A. Eduardo; Root, Robert A.; Hild, Joanne; Janes, M. Katy; Alexander-Ozinskas, Annika
- The Science of the total environment 2020 v.718 pp. 134639
- Codex Alimentarius; United States Environmental Protection Agency; World Health Organization; arsenic; bioavailability; cabbage; cadmium; carrots; childhood; dust; gardens; gastric juice; geophagia; home gardening; human health; inhalation exposure; irrigation; lead; lettuce; lungs; mining; oral exposure; preschool children; preschools; public health; risk assessment; screening; soil; towns; toxic substances; California
- ... Children residing in mining towns are potentially disproportionately exposed to metal(loid)s via ingestion and dust inhalation, thus, increasing their exposure when engaging in school or home gardening or playing outside. This citizen science study assessed preschool children’s potential arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), and lead (Pb) exposure via locally grown produce, water, incidental soil ingestion, ...
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- Occelli, Florent; Lanier, Caroline; Cuny, Damien; Deram, Annabelle; Dumont, Julie; Amouyel, Philippe; Montaye, Michèle; Dauchet, Luc; Dallongeville, Jean; Genin, Michaël
- The Science of the total environment 2020 v.714 pp. 136608
- air pollutants; air pollution; cadmium; copper; coronary disease; cumulative exposure; models; nickel; nitrogen dioxide; palladium; particulates; regression analysis; relative risk; traffic; urban areas
- ... Geographical variations in cardiovascular disease rates have been linked to individual air pollutants. Investigating the relation between cardiovascular disease and exposure to a complex mixture of air pollutants requires holistic approaches. We assessed the relationship between exposure to multiple air pollutants and the incidence of coronary heart disease (CHD) in a general population sample. We ...
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