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  • Sharon Finds the Environment (English) (PDF)

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    One morning Sharon woke up early. She wanted to find the environment. Her teacher, Miss Clark, had told her that people need to keep the environment clean . But to keep it clean, Sharon had to Find...

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  • Superfund Research Program (PDF)

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    02 March 2018

    The Superfund Research Program (SRP) has provided practical, scientific solutions to protect health, the environment, and communities since 1987. SRP works to learn more about ways to protect the...

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  • Systematic Review (PDF)

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    24 August 2017

    Systematic review is a method for answering specific research questions. It should not be confused with a regular literature search. It is much more than that. Systematic review uses a predefined, ...

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  • Report on Carcinogens, The (PDF)

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    06 October 2016

    The Report on Carcinogens is a scientific and public health document that identifies substances that pose a cancer hazard for people in the United States. It is intended to help people make informed...

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  • Agricultural Health Study (PDF)

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    09 August 2013

    Farmers have a higher risk for developing some cancers, including prostate cancer. Gloves Matter! Use of chemically resistant gloves can reduce pesticide exposure 50-80%.

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  • Arsenic (PDF)

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    09 July 2014

    Arsenic is a naturally occurring element that is widely distributed in the Earth’s crust. It is found in water, air, food, and soil. There are two general forms of arsenic — organic and...

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