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Could every breath of polluted air you take contribute to your dioxin body burden, causing mutagenic, carcinogenic, and neurotoxic effects?
Whoa: You're reading disinformation. Dioxins aren't even mutagens. I'm sorry you found this stuff -- which is made up by "advocates" to get political benefits -- and that it's gotten you all worried. But you can't go through life like this. Look around you. People in the developed world have never been healthier. Be grateful, and stop letting your mind be darkened in this way. ...Read more
The small particles.: The small particles and acidic chemicals in air pollution are very irritating for our respiratory systems. That is why in heavily polluted cities there is an increased incidence of asthma and of infectious respiratory conditions. It is estimated that thousands of people who are vulnerable die from severe air pollution. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Research ongoing: there have been any studies over the past decade looking at effects of pollution on children. Some studies have looked at associations between pollution exposure in-utero and after birth with asthma, development, school performance, as well as many others. While nothing is 100% certain, it is better to have less exposure to pollution than more exposure. ...Read more
Safety: They are sometimes required to accomplish the mission. There should be msds sheets for each chemical in the workplace. ...Read more
Just bought everlast womens dumbells,5kg- contain California Prop 65 Warning of cancer causing chemicals,any advice in cautionary use of them?
Can air fresheners which are not natural cause cancer sprayed far too much - an intoxicating amount.
Carcinogenicity : Natural products don't necessarily mean they are safe. Half of "natural" pesticides are actually carcinogenic. It depends on what is in the stuff that you spray that makes it carcinogenic, and not whether it is natural or synthetic. Hope that helped. ...Read more
Classic case DM w/ ILD, after inhalation of polyurethane and concrete dust. Question: Can these inhaled substances be cleared from lungs/ body? How?
?: I am not aware of any methods to remove. ...Read more
Yes: The air in the smallest parts of our lungs (air sacs or alveoli) are in equilibrium with blood in tiny blood vessels called capillaries. A breathalyzer requires a deep exhalation to get the air in those small airways, and measuring the alcohol content of that air is strongly coordinated with the level of alcohol in the blood. It can be altered by temperature and by poor efforts at exhalation. ...Read more
In today's life human has wide threat of dangerous things like free radicals and other toxic elements in body, how to prevent or wash them out?
Free radicals are: Atoms or groups of atoms with an odd (unpaired) number of electrons and can be formed when oxygen interacts with certain molecules. Antioxidants (vitamins c and e, carotenoids, phytochemicals from plants) scavenge or neutralize free radicals. Fruits and vegetables are important sources of vitamin c and carotenoids. Whole grains and high quality vegetable oils are major sources of vitamin e. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A lot: Asthma.Chronic otitis media, rhinosinusitus, mental well-being, flu, colds, staff, .Mrsa, tb.The list goes on.Indoor air polution is far more a problem than outdoors.Nature keeps the air more safe than indoors.The list of chemicals that are locked inside your home and other buildings because of energy efficiency is the root many deseases. ...Read more
Interested in being an urban gardener but wondering about lead levels in the soil and pollutants in the air. Safe?
Ask: Call your local state college or university. They can perform standard tests. ...Read more
All of them: Carcinogens and nicotine are present in combusted tobacco, and non-smokers get plenty of it when in proximity to the source. This is not enough to cause addiction, but it can precipitate asthma attacks, sinus troubles, and high exposure in the long term (e.g. Flight attendants, wait staff and bar tenders) can lead to tobacco related lung disease (cancer and chronic bronchitis for example). ...Read more
Is there anything to detoxify our respiratory systems after we burned plastic cutlery container on top of wood stove?
Fresh air: Burning plastic can emit fumes that are noxious to the respiratory system. Some plastics, such as polyethylene (saran wrap, etc.), when burned emit formaldehyde fumes. In most situations, plenty of fresh air is all that is needed. If one has significant symptoms (persistent cough, shortness of breath), then one should seek medical attention with their doctor. ...Read more
Should survivors of pulmonary emboli avoid exposure to aresol products like air fresheners and cleaning chemicals?
Possible: It is difficult to link directly as there are so many variables to soft through... Changing population, geographic specifics, different and evolving pollutants, improved screening and thus earlier and increased detection, lead time bias, migratory patterns of people throughout life( may grow up in a different place than where they are diagnosed). The cdc may have more info on this specific topic. ...Read more
Lungs: Better option is to be evaluated by a pulmonologist. Ask your pcp for referral. ...Read more
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