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Dr. John Landi
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Avoid Exposure To Industrial Chemicals And Solvents (Overview)

If you work in a job where you are exposed to hazardous or poisonous agents, you may need to temporarily change positions until after the baby is born.


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Uncle has vitiligo on hands, he tells me it's from industrial chemicals. I read it can be from Pernicious Anemia (not sure he as it) but I had clean CBC. Does this exclude me from Pernicious Anemia?

Uncle has vitiligo on hands, he tells me it's from industrial chemicals. I read it can be from Pernicious Anemia (not sure he as it) but I had clean CBC. Does this exclude me from Pernicious Anemia?

Unlikely: Pernicious anemia is usually caused by a deficiency of vitamin B12 causing enlargement of the red blood cells with a reduction in total number of red blood cells. This condition is also referred to as megoblastic anemia. Normal CBC all but rules out Pernicious anemia. ...Read more

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Dr. John Landi
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Avoid Exposure To Industrial Chemicals And Solvents (Overview)

If you work in a job where you are exposed to hazardous or poisonous agents, you may need to temporarily change positions until after the baby is born.


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How does industrial pollution affect human health?

How does industrial pollution affect human health?

Excess carbon: Since industrial pollution of air and water is connected to negative effects on air quality directly and weather patterns more broadly (heated oceans), human health is the direct target of excess carbon production. Recall images of Chinese citizens wearing face masks on the street or sad flotilla of dead fish. The shame of this abuse is the sale of bottled mountain air in urban industrial areas. ...Read more

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What do I do to treat keloids on an industrial piercing?

What do I do to treat keloids on an industrial piercing?

Keloid treatment: Keloids can be problematic, particularly if enlarging, are painful or itch, or ulcerated and bleed. For small ones silicone sheeting or gels may help decrease redness and height, but there is very little you can do on your own. Treatment typically requires steroid injections, excision with repair, or a combination of both. ...Read more

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Does living near super market affect health due to its industrial refrigeration used and gases released?

refrigeration: I am unaware of evidence to suggest any environmental contamination from refrigeration as you suggest. The coolants are generally not released in the environment and i've not seen reports of problems in workers in these environments. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how the three revolutions- agricultural, industrial, and scientific (modern)---caused this accelerated growth rate.?

Homework?: Sounds like a homework question, if it's not, re-ask and say so. Most of us are not qualified as historians,economists, philosophers, etc. some of us may have an interest & can offer an opinion. But we should not be doing people's homework for them! Any answer to this sort of broad question is purely hypothetical, an educated guess or theory. Schools of thought vary.Pick the one with best proof. ...Read more

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Doctors, may i know what industrial estrogen is ?

Doctors, may i know what industrial estrogen is ?

Phyto-estrogens: In the waste water of a biodiesel plants, a soy milk factory, a barbecue meat processing facility, and a dairy factory phyto-estrogens have been found in much higher concentrations than are typically found in nature. Phyto-estrogens mimic the effects of estrogens, and when taken up by fish and down the road by humans, the biggest concern is that they may have a impact on the genome. ...Read more

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Why is fluoride in toothpaste when it is also found industrial waste?

Why is fluoride in toothpaste when it is also found industrial waste?

Fluoride: Water is found both in bottles we drink as well as in our cesspools and septic tanks. Salt in excess can kill us. Dose or percentage of intake, purity and actual chemical formulation can make something safe or unsafe. ...Read more

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For what reason is fluoride in toothpaste when it is industrial waste?

Resists bacteria: Fluoride has been proven to strengthen teeth to resist bacterial invasion. The concentration of Fluoride in toothpaste and in drinking water is carefully regulated and constantly being evaluated by the american dental association and the american academy of pediatric dentists to make sure that the proper levels of Fluoride are available for use. ...Read more