Occupational Exposures

  1. Accomplishments of Environmental Medicine

    One highlight: Exposure to fine particles, sulfur dioxide, and acid aerosols has been linked to an increase in respiratory symptoms and reduced lung capacity.

  2. Conditions Investigated by Environmental Medicine Programs

    Allergies, asthma, heart disease, and cancer are among the long list of health conditions with ties to environmental factors.

  3. Epidemiology

    Epidemiology is the study of the occurrence of disease in people, and applying that information from the study to the control of health problems.

  4. Occupational Lung Diseases

    Repeated and long-term exposure to certain irritants on the job can lead to an array of lung diseases that may have lasting effects, even after exposure ceases.

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