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by Edward J. Calabrese,Robert W. Tuthill,Lyman Condie

  • ISBN: 0911131108
  • Author: Edward J. Calabrese,Robert W. Tuthill,Lyman Condie
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  • Language: English
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  • Publisher: Princeton Scientific Pub (October 1, 1985)
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Regulating Drinking Water Quality. Charles E. Gilbert, Edward J. Methodological Approaches to Deriving Environmental and Occupational Health Standards (Environmental Science and Technology Series). Pollutants and High-risk Groups (Environmental Science and Technology Series). Toxic Susceptibility: Male/Female Differences (Environmental Science and Technology).

In: Calabrese EJ, Tuthill RW, Lyman Condie (eds) Proceedings of conference on inorganics in drinking water . Wones J (1988) Lack of effect of drinking water barium on cardiovascular risk factors.

In: Calabrese EJ, Tuthill RW, Lyman Condie (eds) Proceedings of conference on inorganics in drinking water and cardiovascular disease. Amherst, MA, May 1984. 3rd Ed. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, p 1533. Dencker L, Nilsson A, Ronnback C, Walinder G (1976) Uptake and retention of 33 Ba and 140Ba-140 La in mouse tissue. University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine, Cincinnati, O. oogle Scholar.

Calcium and Magnesium in Drinking Water and Risk of Death from Kidney Cancer.

Edward J. Calabrese Lyman Condie (Ed. Robert W. Tuthill. Product: book ISBN-10: 11131-10-8 ISBN-13: 9780911131109 Publisher: Princeton Scientific Pub.

Inorganics in drinking water and cardiovascular disease.

They are nonvolatile and will thus be found in the atmosphere only in association with particulate matter. 24. Tuthill RW, Calabrese EJ. Drinking water sodium and blood pressure in children: a second look. Inorganics in drinking water and cardiovascular disease. Princeton, NJ, Princeton Scientific Publishing C. 1985: Pomrehn PR et al. Community differences in blood pressure levels and drinking water sodium. Calabrese, Robert W. An experimental bottled water study assessed the effect on blood pressure of lowering Na concentration in the water of some of the high sodium community fourth graders. For three months, trios o. More). The Massachusetts blood pressure study. Part 3. Experimental reduction of sodium in drinking water: effects on blood pressure. In: Advances in modern environmental toxicology. Ch. V. Princeton Scientific Publ. Vol. IX.

In: Calabrese, . ed. Inorganics in drinking water and cardiovascular disease, Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton Publishing C. Chapter 20, 221-229. 1995): Developmental Toxicity, NOAEL and Postnatal recovery in rats fed boric acid during gestation. Manuscript submitted to IPCS.


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