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To determine whether long-term exposure ro air pollution is associated with BP and hypertension, Sorensen et al.
Based on the firm's Shield technology, the resins are said to stand up to long-term exposure to hot oil, calcium chloride, impact after aging and temperatures as high as 230[degrees]C.
Up to now, few studies have been conducted into the effects of long-term exposure to perfluoroalkyl acids and how they might affect health and development in humans, and the authors of the study called for more research into exposure to the family of chemicals.
BMC Grade A103 is said to provide superior dimensional stability during long-term exposure to heat and vibration, as well as exceptionally low emissions under high heat.
The two grades, Desmopan and Texin, are said to display no yellowing after long-term exposure to UV light.
9 Circulation, Pope and his colleagues reported that long-term exposure to air pollution increases a person's risk of dying of a heart attack or stroke.
The South Coast region had 71 days over the new long-term exposure health standard by this time last year, compared with 52 days this year.
According to EPA, university researchers will evaluate 8,700 people of different ethnic groups between the ages of 50 and 89 in cities throughout the country to determine whether long-term exposure to fine particles is associated with specific changes in atherosclerosis and other factors associated with heart disease.