the patient had a reduced level of consciousness and signs of a probable pneumonitis--both fitting the effects commonly associated with overexposure
Flexibility will be one of the most critical factors going into the future but the key will be balance to avoid overexposure
Noise is everywhere, and children and adults alike are at risk for hearing loss from overexposure
," said James F.
Nutri-Vet Sun Defense helps protect dogs, cats and horses from overexposure
to the harmful effects of the sun and defend against future skin cancer.
It turned out that the painful lesions were caused by overexposure
The Environmental Protection Agency and the National Weather Service have teamed up to offer a new, free service to fight the most preventable cause of skin cancer, overexposure
to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
The European Parliament has rejected draft EU-wide rules designed to protect workers from overexposure
to the sun, arguing that such guidelines should be laid down on the national level.
Today the medical science of dermatology has verified the hazards of overexposure
to the sun and the indiscriminate use of tanning beds.
Your consideration of noise-induced damage is especially welcome, given the strong focus of EHP on overexposure
to chemical agents relative to overexposure
to physical stimuli.
My parents have the same problem with their mulberry and were told at a nursery here that it is due to overexposure
to light, as the side of their tree that is suffering the most has a street lamp nearby.
Keith Reese might risk Photo-G overexposure
if his flicks weren't so sick.
Some worry that there can be overexposure
with the brand, but I'm not sure that's the case.