Workplace exposures to vapor, gas, dust, and fumes dramatically increase the likelihood that workers will develop some form of lung disease, a new U.S. medical study has found. To understand what roles workplace exposures may play in promoting changes visible on a CT lung scan, researchers from Columbia University Medical Center in New York analyzed data from a broad study of cardiovascular disease in adults. The participating patients were divided among six cities: Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, St. Paul, Minnesota; and Winston Salem, North Carolina. According to Reuters, the 5,702 study participants had chest CT scans at the ... Read More
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