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*  SENSOR-Pesticides
... agricultural workers, retail workers, migrant farm workers, and flight attendants. Several articles have attracted media ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (2008). "Illnesses and injuries related to total release foggers--eight states ... However, this extensive use puts agricultural workers at increased risk for pesticide illnesses. Workers in other industries ... Litchfield, M. H. (2005). "Estimates of acute pesticide poisoning in agricultural workers in less developed countries". ...
*  Antonio Segni
A law of 21 March 1959 extended insurance against occupational diseases to agricultural workers (for 7 diseases). A law of 17 ... he studied to become a lawyer with a degree in agricultural and commercial law. Segni joined the Italian People's Party ( ...
*  Bronchitis
"Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in farmers and agricultural workers-an overview". Annals of Agricultural and ... Craven, V; Everard, ML (January 2013). "Protracted bacterial bronchitis: reinventing an old disease". Archives of Disease in ... and Prevention of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease. pp. 9-17. ... Acute bronchitis is one of the most common diseases. About 5% of adults are affected and about 6% of children have at least one ...
*  Spanish Guinea
... the island's economy came to depend on imported agricultural contract workers. A labour treaty was signed with the Republic of ... With the indigenous Bubi population decimated by disease and forced labour, ... The number of clandestine contract workers on the island of Fernando Po grew to 20,000 in 1942. A labour treaty was signed with ... This led to a continuous stream of Nigerian workers going to Spanish Guinea. By 1968 at the time of independence, almost ...
*  History of Equatorial Guinea
... the island's economy came to depend on imported agricultural contract workers. A Labour Treaty was signed with the Republic of ... With the indigenous Bubi population decimated by disease and forced labour, ... A labour treaty was signed in the same year, and a continuous stream of workers arrived in Spanish Guinea. It was this treaty ... The number of clandestine contract workers on the island of Fernando Po grew to 20,000 in 1942. ...
*  João Baptista de Lacerda
He also studied several infectious diseases of agricultural importance, such as in horses and cattle. Most of the research ... An indefatigable worker, Lacerda also began research on microbiology, beriberi and yellow fever. ...
*  Imnajbu
... 's farms are not scientific, but government agricultural extension workers give direction and support to farming methods ... The farmers seldom have problems like plant and animal diseases and pests. Today's Imnajbian farmer still could barely feed his ...
*  Uyugan, Batanes
Uyugan's farms are not scientific, but government agricultural extension workers give direction and support to farming methods ... The farmers seldom have problems like plant and animal diseases and pests. Today's Isantonino farmer still could barely feed ...
*  National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety
Lee, Barbara C (2007). "Agricultural employers' hiring and safety practices for adolescent workers". Journal of Agriculture ... in the United States to support feasibility and pilot projects on prevention of childhood agricultural disease and injury. ... and mentoring by adult workers. North American Guidelines for Children's Agricultural Tasks is a collection of guidelines to ... "Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center - Ag Safety Grants up to $20,000 Offered by National Children's Center". ...
*  Farmworker
Respiratory Disease in Agricultural Workers: Mortality and Morbidity Statistics (2007-106)". www.cdc.gov. Retrieved 2016-05-10 ... Hired workers currently account for about one-third of agricultural workers. The remainder of agricultural workers are farm ... www.uscis.gov/working-united-states/temporary-workers/h-2a-agricultural-workers/h-2a-temporary-agricultural-workers Bon Appetit ... Agricultural service workers (which include labor provided by labor contractors) make up 27 percent of the hired workers. A ...
*  Nitrogen dioxide
Workers in industries where NO 2 is used are also exposed and are at risk for occupational lung diseases, and NIOSH has set ... Agricultural workers can be exposed to NO 2 arising from grain decomposing in silos; chronic exposure can lead to lung damage ... Gurney, J. W.; Unger, J. M.; Dorby, C. A.; Mitby, J. K.; von Essen, S. G. (1991). "Agricultural disorders of the lung". ... of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Division of Toxicology. ...
*  Mesoamerican nephropathy
2012). "Biological sampling report: Investigating biomarkers of kidney injury and chronic kidney disease among workers in ... for presenting the disease, when compared to other agricultural communities working the same type of crops, but located at ... displaystyle \emptyset } no prevalence of disease in region 1 A no prevalence of disease in region 2 B no prevalence of disease ... B prevalence of disease in region 5 B,C prevalence of disease in region 6 C,A prevalence of disease in region 7 A,B,C ...
*  Electric ant
Some workers and farmers may have issues properly harvesting crops in high density little fire ant agricultural areas. Research ... while the sterile workers whose physical strength and disease resistance are important are produced sexually. Parthenogenesis ... Sterile workers usually are produced from eggs fertilized by males. In some of the eggs fertilized by males, however, the ... As a result of the ant's presence in agricultural fields, crop yields diminish, and have a negative economic effect on any ...
*  Worker's compensation (Germany)
67 diseases are considered occupational diseases and are also covered by the program. The workers' compensation program is ... except for the government's coverage for students and children and a government subsidy to the Agricultural Accident Fund). The ... Workers who have a loss of earning capacity due to work injury or occupational disease of 20% or more receive a pension equal ... Worker's compensation in Germany is a national, compulsory program that insures workers for injuries or illness incurred ...
*  Coccidioides posadasii
... and agricultural workers. Diagnoses of active disease and skin testing, showed that it was also found in southern Nevada and ... Studies by Cooke on the immunology of the disease, and in 1927 a filtrate of culture specimens, later named coccidioidin, began ...
*  Sporotrichosis
... and agricultural workers. It enters through small cuts and abrasions in the skin to cause the infection. In case of ... Because roses can spread the disease, it is one of a few diseases referred to as rose-thorn or rose-gardeners' disease. Because ... Sporotrichosis (also known as "rose gardener's disease") is a disease caused by the infection of the fungus Sporothrix ... This fungal disease usually affects the skin, although other rare forms can affect the lungs, joints, bones, and even the brain ...
*  Fungal keratitis
Prevention of trauma with vegetable / organic matter, particularly in agricultural workers while harvesting can reduce the ... List of eye diseases and disorders Tinea "Fusarium Keratitis --- Multiple States, 2006." Centers for Disease Control and ... This disease is quite common in the tropics and with large agrarian population. India has a high number of cases with fungal ... Many people come with fungal keratitis in the only eye and thus become blind due to the disease. The lack of education and ...
*  Needlestick injury
In places with higher rates of blood-borne diseases in the general population, healthcare workers are more susceptible to ... and agricultural workers. There is no standard system for collecting and tracking needlestick injuries in the community, which ... Law enforcement workers, like healthcare workers, under-report needlestick injuries. In San Diego, 30% of police reported ... and agricultural workers. Though the acute physiological effects of a needlestick injury are generally negligible, these ...
*  New Economic Policy
After the NEP was instituted, agricultural production increased greatly. Instead of the government taking all agricultural ... Farmers and factory workers were ordered to produce, and food and goods were seized and issued by decree. While this policy ... Infectious diseases thrived, especially typhus. Shipments of food and fuel by railroad and water dramatically decreased. City ... which increased supply and thus lowered the price of these agricultural products. This fall in prices of agricultural goods and ...
*  1985 Birthday Honours
Leonard Arthur Pitts, Agricultural Worker, E. W. Pepper Ltd. (Fanners), Hertfordshire. John Kitchener Platt. For services to ... Alfred Henry Prentice, Medical Photographer, Institute of Neurology National Hospital for Nervous Diseases. Ralph Ralph, ... For services to agricultural education. Emeritus Prof. John Rushforth McCreary. For services to social welfare. Dr Donald ... For services to the agricultural industry particularly in the South West. Alan Joseph Cryer, lately City Engineer, Westminster ...
*  Agriculture in the United States
... worker reluctance to report poisonings, and the transient nature of agricultural workers". Female agricultural workers face the ... work-related lung diseases, noise-induced hearing loss, skin diseases, chemical-related illnesses, and certain cancers ... "National Agricultural Workers Survey (1994-1995)". "National Agricultural Workers Survey (1994-1995)". "WPS Standards". "The ... with approximately one in five agricultural workers in the United States being women. Women agricultural workers in the United ...
*  Aerosol
... for dispersal and agricultural application of pesticides; for medical treatment of respiratory disease; and in fuel injection ... At nanotechnology workplaces, workers can be exposed via inhalation to potentially toxic substances during handling and ... Diseases can also spread by means of small droplets in the breath, also called aerosols. Aerosol science covers generation and ...
*  Organophosphate
In the US alone, more than 650 agricultural workers have been poisoned since 1966, of which 100 died. In underdeveloped ... in the case of farm workers-can lead to health problems, including increased risks for cardiovascular and respiratory disease, ... Other than for agricultural use, the organophosphate diazinon has been banned in the U.S. More than one million pounds of ... Field workers who are exposed to pesticides continue to further expose their families in their residences, especially through ...
*  Agriculture in Liberia
less payment to workers low power or heavy machine Alongside cassava, rice is the staple food of the republic, with 238,000 ... The shrub makes up 23% of Liberian agricultural GDP and is now the second most important food crop. It can be grown throughout ... Diseases and unavailability of veterinary services. Lack of adequate training of available livestock officers. Lack of ... Although agricultural activity occurs in most rural locations, it is particularly concentrated in coastal plains (subsistence ...
*  Occupational dust exposure
Wood dust, commonly referred to as "sawdust", is another occupational dust hazard that can pose a risk to workers' health. ... Without proper safety precautions, dust exposure can lead to occupational lung diseases. Pneumoconiosis Organic dust toxic ... syndrome Occupational hazards associated with exposure to human nail dust Occupational safety and health Agricultural safety ...
*  Camarillo, California
In 2014, the council voted against an 895-acre project that would have extended development on agricultural lands east towards ... Adolfo Camarillo eventually employed 700 workers growing mainly lima beans. Walnuts and citrus were also grown on the ranch. ... 1782 bringing more settlers to the area and exposing the Indians who had settled around the mission to many European diseases ... and the land south of Ventura Blvd remains reserved for agricultural use to this day.[citation needed] Many of the home buyers ...
*  Health in Bangladesh
Non-Communicable diseases: Diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases, Hypertension, Stroke, Chronic respiratory diseases, Cancer and ... International Fund for Agricultural Development. "Bangladesh: Priorities for Agriculture and Rural Development". World Bank. ... Absence and/or inadequate communications and transport facilities for workers of the public health. Bangladesh suffers from ... However, recent statistics shows that non-communicable disease burden has increased to 61% of the total disease burden due to ...