Compared with children not exposed
to tobacco smoke prenatally and at 4 months, children exposed
to only maternal past smoking during pregnancy had a 26 percent increased relative risk of hearing impairment and children exposed
to only second-hand smoke at 4 months had a 30 percent increased relative risk.
Essentially an American abroad story, "Amsterdam Exposed
" is also a love story; an uplifting tragedy; and full of humor from beginning to end.
database also contained information where exactly in the car the tracking unit was hidden," Kromtech researcher Bob Diachenko said in a blog.
Results: Adults exposed
to natural disaster like flood scored significantly higher on well-being as compared to adults exposed
to man-made disaster like terrorism and suicide bombing.
to cigarette smoke passively, damage their DNA, a study has revealed.
Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) report RAMALLAH, December 6, 2011 (WAFA) - About half of the Palestinian households were directly exposed
to violence by occupation forces and settlers before July 2010, the highest in Gaza Strip, 49.1% compared to 47.8% in the West Bank.
Under Japanese law, nuclear workers cannot be exposed
to more than 250 millisieverts per year in an emergency situation.
The entrance opens into the main bar and waiting area with exposed
wooden floorboards and aspects onto Hallgarth Street.
PHILADELPHIA -- Sumatriptan and naratriptan do not appear to significantly raise the risk of major congenital malformations in fetuses that are exposed
to the drugs in utero, according to the latest analysis of an international pregnancy registry.
Established in 1996, the GlaxoSmithKline registry has accumulated data on 849 pregnancies exposed
to the drugs.
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In the study, those children exposed
to valproate early in pregnancy were at a sevenfold greater risk of developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD), compared with children whose mothers did not have epilepsy, reported investigators from the Liverpool and Manchester Neurodevelopment Study Group, England (Neurology 2008; 71: 1923-4).