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Because of the decline in central nervous system function that occurs with age, older people may be at greater risk of neurological dysfunction following exposure to neurotoxic contaminants in the environment. This study wasdesigned to assess the neuropsychological functioning of a group of...
Health Canada sponsored a workshop on March 1-3, 1994, in Aylmer, Québec. The objectives of the workshop were to present the research findings of the department's five-year Great Lakes Health Effects program, to identify key conclusions from the research, and to define future research...
Two research approaches are described that were used to determine behavioral changes following a diet of Lake Ontario fish. Approach 1 involved the correlational method, in which human subjects voluntarily ate contaminated Lake Ontario fish. Demographic information, data on the amount of Lake...
There has been considerable interest in the benefits and risks of eating Great Lakes fish, particularly with regard to reproductive health. We report the results of a survey conducted from 1993-1995 among Michigan anglers. The survey was designed to identify a reproductive-aged cohort of persons...
The exchange reaction of chlorine by oxygen with polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) anions was explored as a method for composition-selective detection of PCB congeners in a gas chromatograph/tandem mass spectrometer (GC/MS/MS) experiment. The odd-electron molecular anions of PCBs react with...
The goal of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry's (ATSDR) Great Lakes Human Health Effects Research Program is to identify at-risk populations and to prevent potential human health effects associated with exposure to chemical contaminants in the Great Lakes basin. While this...
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