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31 Mar FLUORIDE-INDUCED APOPTOSIS IN HUMAN EPITHELIAL LUNG CELLS.

In the present study, possible mechanisms involved in fluoride-induced apoptosis in a human epithelial lung cell line (A549) were examined.     FLUORIDE-INDUCED APOPTOSIS IN HUMAN EPITHELIAL LUNG CELLS ( A549 CELLS ) ROLE OF DIFFERENT G PROTEIN-LINKED SIGNAL SYSTEMS. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed  Refsnes M, Schwarze PE, Holme JA, Låg M. Source: Division of Environmental Medicine, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Geitmyrsvn. 75, PO Box 4404 Nydalen, N-0403...

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18 Jan MICE EXPOSED TO ARSENIC MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO INFLUENZA AND RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS

More than 200 million people globally are exposed to arsenic in drinking water that exceeds a U.S. and international standard, according to the World Health Organization. MORE INFO ON ARSENIC Environmental Health Perspectives  http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/1306748/. Synopsis by Lindsey Konkel  Mice exposed in the womb and after birth to high levels of arsenic were more susceptible to...

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04 Jan FLUORIDE-RESEARCH PAPERS-A.

Fluorine—A current literature review - Jeff Prystupa Molecular Basis of CLC Transporter Inhibition by Fluoride… Many research papers are probably a little distorted by population, food, water and bottled drinks moving between towns, counties and states. Also in the fluoridated areas some households have water filtration equipment or rainwater...

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27 Dec CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT – FLUORIDES.

Total inorganic fluoride emitted to the environment annually in Canada from anthropogenic sources is estimated to be 23,500 tonnes. FLUORIDES-CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT  SUMMARY OF REPORT Objectives: The publication, Inorganic Fluorides (Priority Substances. List Assessment Report 1993) Prepared by the Government of Canada pursuant to the Canadian Environment Protection Act  (CEPA)  This Act...

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26 Dec Hydrofluoric Acid Leak – Hube Global Chemical Plant-South Korea.

See also ⇓ White Island New Zealand - Volcanic Gases The initial government response to this fluoride accident, including possible mistakes by firefighters, and a sluggish evacuation of nearby residents, was sharply criticized in the Korean media. 7  October 2012 Fluoride Accident South Korea ↓ This Video runs for 65 seconds ↓ →  Hydrogen Fluoride kills 5   ← ↑ WARNING, DISTURBING SHORT VIDEO...

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