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This study showed a full trial of postnatal weight management interventions is feasible with improvements including providing more information about the intervention at recruitment and a longer intervention duration.
Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) is a perfluorinated alkyl substance (PFAS) with widespread exposure in the environment and human population. Lifetime exposure to this chemical is likely, which includes in utero and postnatal development. Previously conducted chronic carcinogenicity studies of PFOA began exposure after these critical periods of development, so it is unknown whether the carcinogenic response is altered if exposure during gestation and lactation is included. The current PFOA chronic studies were designed to assess the contribution of combined gestational and lactational exposure (herein referred to as perinatal exposure) to the chronic toxicity and carcinogenicity of PFOA. The hypothesis tested was that including exposure during.
Abrasive blasting, commonly known as sandblasting, involves forcibly projecting a stream of abrasive particles through compressed air or steam against a surface to change its quality or to remove contaminants. Silica blasting sand contains high levels of crystalline silica—which can cause pulmonary fibrosis (silicosis) after exposure through inhalation and is considered a lung carcinogen—and constitutes approximately 63% of all abrasives used in abrasive blasting. Other abrasives, including specular hematite, are recommended as alternative blasting agents. Due to the health risks associated with using blasting sand in the abrasive blasting process and the lack of toxicity data on alternatives to blasting sand, the National Institute for Occ.
The organic compound 4-methylcyclohexanemethanol (MCHM) is sold as a mixture and is used to reduce impurities in mined coal. On January 9, 2014, an estimated 10,000 gallons of a mixture containing 75% MCHM leaked into the Elk River upstream of the intake for West Virginia American Water Company’s Elk River plant. Upon review of the available toxicity literature for MCHM, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry set a drinking water advisory level of 1 ppm for MCHM and nominated MCHM and other chemicals present in the Elk River spill to the National Toxicology Program (NTP) for toxicity evaluation. Because of the potential for exposure of pregnant women to MCHM and the absence of.

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