50) for the highest quartile; for intensity and cumulative exposure
, ORs were significantly increased for the two highest quartiles, but the association was strongest for the third quartile.
Nor were there any links between autism and cumulative exposure
to antigens, either from birth to two years of age or within the course of a single day after receiving multiple vaccines at the doctor's office, it said.
Hiroyuki Watanabe, a member of the Iwaki municipal assembly, said, "If cumulative exposure
increases, nuclear power plant workers will simply be abandoned.
Although sunscreens reduce the risk of sun damage, skin cancer develops from cumulative exposure
over a lifetime, and wearing sun cream doesn't necessarily guarantee you won't burn - or at least do some damage.
Sunscreens reduce the risk but risk comes from cumulative exposure
over a lifetime.
account the impact of cumulative exposure
to high levels of radiation in the
To protect crops and forests, EPA also proposed setting a secondary seasonal standard within a range of 7-15 ppm-hours (the weighted, cumulative exposure
to ozone during daylight hours over a three-month growing season).
The sun can be very harmful, especially cumulative exposure
to it over a long time.
That change, as we will see below, would mean addressing the impact of cumulative exposure
The court held that Nurse Ross' hepatitis may not have been the result of cumulative exposure
, but it was by definition an occupational disease resulting from a risk of infection that was ongoing at all times while she worked at the County hospital.
to lead, even at low levels, may lead to cognitive decline in women as they age.
FICTION - "Even if exposure is limited to brief outdoor lunches or a 20 minute walk, cumulative exposure
is enough to cause the signs of skin ageing," warns Sally Penford at The International Dermal Institute.