Sawmill workers are more prone to allergies

A study done by a group researchers from Massey University in Wellington found that sawmill workers in New Zealand were more likely to have allergies. Their findings found that sawmill workers exposed to high levels of dust had a higher chance of developing asthma. Similarly, workers who inhaled green dust (dust freshly trees) had more of a chance for developing allergies.

Posted: October 24, 2006 | Click here for the full story | 0 comments

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