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The health risk associated with chronic diseases in villages with high arsenic levels in drinking water supplies
This study is intended to compare and assess the distribution and possible causes of current chronic diseases in villages with high arsenic levels in drinking water supplies. It is a cross-sectional epidemiological research ...
An exposure and risk assessment for fluoride and trace metals in black tea
Exposure and associated health risks for fluoride and trace metals in black tea were estimated. Fifty participants were randomly recruited to supply samples from the tea that they drink, and self-administer a questionnaire ...
Quality of groundwater resources in Afghanistan
Water is the main source of energy production and economy in Afghanistan where agriculture accounts for more than 50% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). Access to safe drinking water is still a problem in the ...
A deterministic and stochastic assessment for exposure and risk of arsenic via ingestion of edible crops
Natural arsenic contamination is a critical problem for various places around the world. Simav Plain (Kutahya, Turkey) is one such area that was shown to have natural arsenic contamination in its waters and soils. Arsenic ...
The relation of geogenic and antrophogenic factors with blood and hair lead and arsenic levels in women living in Çan and Bayramiç districts of Çanakkale province
(Nobel İlaç, 2019)
Objective: Mining areas and associated industrial activities carry considerable risks for human health due to multi-pathway exposure of heavy metals such as arsenic and lead. The objective of this study was to compare ...