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Chris Evans backs Fishwives Choir to raise awareness of perilous fishing industry

It’s an undeniable fact that some jobs are more dangerous than others. Those working in construction, agriculture or the fishing industries, for example, are arguably more likely to be affected by occupational illness or accidents than those who work in … Continue reading

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Could cleaning products and materials be a major trigger for adult/occupational asthma?

Recent research carried out by Imperial College London’s National Heart and Lung Institute and funded by Asthma UK and The Colt Foundation has found strong evidence of a link between cleaning jobs and the risk of developing asthma. Researchers at … Continue reading

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Occupational asthma – new guidance for doctors when diagnosing patients

New guidance published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine at the end of last month has called on doctors to explore the potential job-related causes of asthma when diagnosing patients. The guidance also recommends that doctors seek consent from sufferers … Continue reading

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