By James E. Lessenger
Specializes in either therapy and prevention of clinical difficulties in a rural atmosphere finished reference for kin physicians offering deal with sufferers in rural and agricultural parts offers a practice-based technique
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Although it remains controversial, food irradiation is widely supported by various international and national medical, scientific, and public health organizations, as well as groups involved with food processing and food services. Many countries have started to irradiate food, including France, the Netherlands, Portugal, Israel, Thailand, Russia, China, and South Africa. 002% of fruits, vegetables, meats, and poultry are currently irradiated (18,68–70). The technology of food irradiation involves use of high-energy radiation in any of three approved forms: gamma rays, electron beams, or x-rays.
For example, a study in California determined that certain organophosphate application variables were significantly related to systemic illness. These included application to fleshy fruit, vegetables, and melons; air application drift; and specific OPs such as mevinphos, demeton, oxydemeton-methyl, methamidophos, and azinphos-methyl. California’s unique pesticide mandatory reporting requirements make it the only state in which data are available on both pesticide use and suspected pesticide-related illnesses (59,60).
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Agricultural Medicine: A Practical Guide by James E. Lessenger