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:: September 2014

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An ecological study of the association of environmental chemicals on breast cancer incidence in Texas. (Breast Cancer Res Treat. 2005) "Conclusion. Styrene was the most important environmental toxicant positively associated with invasive breast cancer incidence in Texas, likely involving women and men of all ages. Styrene may be an important breast carcinogen due to its widespread use for food storage and preparation, and its release from building materials, tobacco smoke, and industry."


Occupational exposure to noise and mortality from acute myocardial infarction. (Epidemiology. 2005) "CONCLUSIONS: Chronic exposure to noise levels typical of many workplaces was associated with excess risk for acute myocardial infarction death. Given the very high prevalence of excess noise exposure at work, this association deserves further attention."


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