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Occupational Health Guideline for Tertranitromehane

By: Department of Health and Human Services

This guideline is intended as a source of information for employees, employers, physicians, industrial hygienists, and other occupational health professionals who may have a need for such information. It does not attempt to present all data; rather, it presents pertinent information and data in summary form.

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Environmental Health Activities in Wyoming

By: Department of Health and Human Services

The National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) is part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). NCEH’s work focuses on three program areas: identifying environmental hazards, measuring exposure to environmental chemicals, and preventing health effects that result from environmental hazards. NCEH has approximately 450 employees and a budget for 2004 of approximately $189 million; its mission is to promote health and quality of life by preventing or co...

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The Relationship of Roof Movement and Strata-Induced Microseismic ...

By: Anthony T. Iannacchione

Typically, when roof rock fractures it produces audible microseismic emissions of different magnitudes that are transmitted through rock as elastic waves with varying degrees of propagation. If sufficient fracturing occurs, the roof rock begins to deflect into the mine opening. Factors influencing the rate of roof rock movement have been discussed by several authors (Parker, 1973; Maleki and McVey, 1988; Altounyan, et al., 1997; and Iannacchione, et al., 2000). Generally...

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On Reducing Occupational Exposures to Hazardous Drugs in Healthcar...

By: Barbara Mackenzie

Sunday, October 3, 2004 5: 00 p.m.– 8: 00 p.m. Registration 6: 00 p.m.– 8: 00 p.m. Opening Reception Monday, October 4, 2004 7: 00 a.m.– 3: 00 p.m. Registration 7: 30 a.m.– 8: 30 p.m. Continental Breakfast 8: 30 a.m.– 12: 00 p.m. Plenary Session 8: 30 a.m.Introduction / Housekeeping 8: 45 a.m. Welcome – John Howard, MD, Director NIOSH John Henshaw, Assistant Secretary of Labor, OSHA [Speaker to be determined] Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations ...

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Nhanes 2001-2002 Data Release Frequency Distribution for Cardiovas...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

SP ever had pain or discomfort in -- chest CDQ001 Frequency Percent Cumulative Frequency Cumulative Percent Missing 1 0.03 1 0.03 1 -- Yes 1043 29.92 1044 29.95 2 -- No 2437 69.91 3481 99.86 7 -- Refused 2 0.06 3483 99.91 9 -- Don't know 3 0.09 3486 100.00...

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Aldrin and Lindane : Method 5502, Issue 2, Dated 15 August 1994

By: Gangadhar Choudhary

Methods S275 (Aldrin) and S290 (Lindane) were issued on February 27, 1976, and March 26, 1976, respectively [2]. The substances used to generate test atmospheres at 25 C and 760 mm Hg in dry air were Aldrite emulsifiable concentrate (64% Aldrin) and Ortho-Lindane Borer and Leaf Miner Spray [1]. Collection efficiencies and analytical method recoveries were 1.00 for both substances in the range 22 to 90 g per sample. Sample filters extracted in isooctane immediately and st...

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Community Design and Individual Well Being : The Multiple Impacts ...

By: Lawrence D. Frank

Emerging evidence suggests that many of the ways in which we design our communities impact our health (Srinivasan et al 2003; Frumkin et al 2004). Each of the singular strands of research, whether it be how community design impacts physical activity and body mass index (Ewing et al 2003; Frank et al 2004a; Saelens et al 2003) or how the built environment impacts how much we drive (Ewing and Cervero 2001) and if we have healthy air to breathe (Frank et al 2000a) presents ...

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Event Code List Nationally Notifiable Diseases and Other Condition...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

States can voluntarily report data on any diseases/conditions on this list to CDC through NETSS or NEDSS. Diseases in bold have been designated by CSTE as nationally notifiable and should be reported to CDC on a regular basis.

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Main Haulage Scaling Exercise Instructor's Copy

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Introduction: This document contains most of the materials needed to use the exercise. The main part of the document is the instructor's copy. It tells how to use the exercise, presents the objectives, the master answer sheet, the scoring key, and discussion notes to be used following the exercise. The last part of this document is three appendices. Appendix A is the exercise booklet. This booklet can be duplicated locally. the booklets are reusable. One is needed for ev...

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National Institutes of Health

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Note: FTEs are included with the regular NIEHS appropriation.

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Department of Health and Human Services

By: Mary Anne Freedman

I want to thank you and your staffs for the helpful and thoughtful comments we received concerning the specifications for collecting and reporting the items on the death certificates as well as the race items on the birth and death certificates. In order to reach all of you, this letter includes our responses on a number of issues that were raised by individual States. I anticipate writing you again soon with additional information concerning the specifications for the r...

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Intramural Material Transfer Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement

By: Department of Health and Human Services

1. NIH provider investigator (Provider) agrees to transfer to NIH recipient investigator (Recipient) the following Research Material: 2. This Research Material will be used by Recipient solely in connection with the following research project (Research Project) described with specificity as follows (use an attachment page as necessary): 3. Recipient agrees not to change the Provider's nomenclature of the Research Material for any manipulations that do not change the natu...

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Arkansas : Improving Quality of Care and Health Outcomes by Provid...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Improving Quality of Care and Health Outcomes by Providing Cardiovascular Disease Guidelines to Physicians and Patients Public Health Problem Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Arkansas, and the state ranks second in the country in deaths from stroke. Arkansas has a higher rate of heart disease than the rest of the nation, and this high rate might, in part, be because the state has higher-than-average rates of risk factors: 30% of people in Arkansas have high...

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Deficit de la Atencion Con Hiperactividad : Una Perspectiva de Sal...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Segun el DSM-IV, entre el 3 y el 5 por ciento de los nin: os en edad escolar sufren de ADHD. Las causas de este trastorno aun se desconocen. l El ADHD esta asociado con un funcionamiento alterado del cerebro y se caracteriza por la incapacidad de concentrarse en una labor especifica y por un comportamiento hiperactivo y/o una falta pasiva de atencion. A los afectados con ADHD se les dificulta aprender e interrelacionarse con otras personas, incluyendo los miembros de su familia.

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Physical Functioning - Pfq

By: Department of Health and Human Services

PFQ.010 The next set of questions is about limitations caused by any long-term physical, mental or emotional problem or illness. Please do not include temporary conditions, such as a cold. Is {SP} limited in the kind or amount of play activities {he/she} can do because of a physical, mental or emotional problem? YES... NO...2 (PFQ.020) REFUSED...7 (PFQ.020) DON'T KNOW...9 (PFQ.020)...

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And the Environment Initiatives of the National Institute of Envir...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

and there are no indications that it is abating. The National Health and Nutrition Survey data from 1999 - 2000 show that about 65% of the adult population in the United States is overweight (defined as having a body mass index, BMI, greater than 25 kg/m2) and that 31% are obese (BMI 30 kg/m2). If the weight gain continues at the present rate, the obesity rate will approach 40% within the next five years. This problem is not confined to the United States. The World Healt...

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Ethylene Chlorohydrin : Method 2513, Issue 2, Dated 15 August 1994

By: James E. Arnold

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Vacman Newsletter

By: Department of Health and Human Services

You have another resource to help you understand the exchange of data with CDC via the Internet. A video of the transmit portion of the VACMAN 3.9 training class is available. This video will be useful for employees who are newly authorized to transmit, as well as experienced employees who want a refresher course. Its run time is about 14 minutes. To access this video, click...

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Discovery Pathology : Emerging Technologies

By: Gary A. Boorman

Rapid progress in genome sequencing and in the development of platforms to assess gene expression, protein expression and genetic polymorphisms (1, 5, 7, 15, 38, 40) has made these tools accessible to many research teams. Genomic technology promises to revolutionize research in drug discovery and toxicology (25, 33, 38). The power of large-scale differential gene expression (DGE) is that mRNA levels in cells can be obtained for thousands of genes in a single experiment (...

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Health Hazard Evaluations : Issues Related to Occupational Exposur...

By: Lawrence J. Fine, M. D.

The Health Hazard Evaluations and Technical Assistance (HETA) program responds to requests from employers, employees, employee representatives, other Federal agencies, and State and local agencies. Through a staff of industrial hygienists, engineers, occupational physicians, occupational health nurses, epidemiologists, other health professionals, and support personnel, the HETA Branch collaborates with appropriate personnel in other National Institute for Occupational Sa...

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