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Salz und Schreibtischarbeit, aber auch Feinstaub und Kohlenmonoxid

können das Schlaganfallrisiko erhöhen. Eine globale Studie zeigt nun:

Das Problem mit der schlechten Luft ist größer als bisher angenommen.

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By Ronald Piana

June 10, 2016

According to estimates from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), environmental toxic exposures are responsible for between 7% and 19% of human cancers. However, the 2008–2009 President’s Cancer Panel Annual Report estimated that the “true burden of environmentally induced cancers has been grossly underestimated.” While the amount of cancers related to chemical exposures is not easily defined, it has been scientifically verified that individual chemicals can independently enable many of the mechanisms of the carcinogenic process.

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by Dina Fine Maron  May 27, 2016  Scientific American

U.S. government study finds link between cell phones and cancer

Now a huge  U.S. National Toxicology Program study finds a link between cell phones and cancer. The researchers found that as the thousands of rats in the new study were exposed to greater intensities of RF radiation, more of them developed rare forms of brain and heart cancer that could not be easily explained away, exhibiting a direct dose-response relationship.

See last paragraph of article for safety steps individuals can take