Group warns that nurses face health risks from chemical exposure
San Francisco Chronicle, December 12, 2007
Chemicals used to keep hospitals clean and to treat patients could be harmful to nurses who are exposed to them in their daily duties, according to a study released by the Environmental Working Group and Health Care Without Harm. The chemicals could have long-term effects on nurses' health and the health of their children, according to the research.
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