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AJIMAmerican Journal of Industrial Medicine
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Barenghi, "One century of studies on lead poisoning in papers published in La Medicina del Lavoro," American Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol.
"Social and Economic Impacts of Workplace Illness and Injury: Current and Future Directions for Research." American Journal of Industrial Medicine 40 (4): 398-402.
"Language Preference and Non-Traumatic Low Back Disorders in Washington State Workers' Compensation." American Journal of Industrial Medicine 53 (2): 204-15.
"Building a Human Rights Framework for Workers' Compensation in the United States: Opening the Debate on First Principles." American Journal of Industrial Medicine 55 (6): 506-18.
"Preserving Workers' Dignity in Workers' Compensation Systems: An International Perspective." American Journal of Industrial Medicine 55 (6): 519 36.
"New Methods and Data Sources for Measuring Economic Consequences of Workplace Injuries." American Journal of Industrial Medicine 40 (4): 452-63.
In another study based on the same cohort, also published in the August issue of the American Journal of Industrial Medicine, the same authors evaluated the relationship between hexavalent chromium exposure and skin and nasal irritation.
In a survey of 1,583 women, published in the June AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE, Marilyn Goldhaber, Michael Polen and Robert Hiatt found that women using VDTs more than 20 hours per week during the first three months of pregnancy had nearly twice as many miscarriages as women in similar jobs who were not using VDTs.
THURSDAY, April 12, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Hypertension, elevated cholesterol, and hearing difficulty are more prevalent among noise-exposed workers, according to a study published online March 14 in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine.
(2006), The BeLPT: Algorithms and interpretations, American journal of Industrial Medicine, 49,36-44.
Experiments in his laboratory, to be reported soon in the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE, indicate that two organic solvents, xylene and toluene, should be added to the list of known chemical carcinogens.
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