health hazard


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Noun1.health hazard - hazard to the health of those exposed to ithealth hazard - hazard to the health of those exposed to it
endangerment, hazard, jeopardy, peril, risk - a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; "drinking alcohol is a health hazard"
biohazard - hazard to humans or the environment resulting from biological agents or conditions
Translations

health hazard

nGefahr ffür die Gesundheit

health hazard

npericolo per la salute
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New Delhi [India], Oct 13 ( ANI ): Chairman of Centre for Chest Surgery and Lung Transplantation Arvind Kumar has termed firecrackers a huge health hazard.
That said 'data from Electra Link, the energy market research company shows that almost 23,000 smart meters have been replaced after becoming inoperable following a change of provider', the idiom springs to mind 'I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole', whether they are a health hazard or not.
ISLAMABAD -- The heaps of garbage dumps in various localities of twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi have become a health hazards as a large number of mosquitoes and flies could be seen buzzing around the trash.
He said that all concerned representatives gave undertaking through Commissioner Hyderabad to resolve issue in specific period, but wastages of factories, houses and unhygienic water still being flown into Phulali Canal which is very health hazard for the inhabitants, animals and crops also.
MORE than 100,000 homes in West Yorkshire contain serious health hazards - more than 23,000 of them in Kirklees.
HEALTH HAZARD ASSESSMENT PROGRAM AND TOXICOLOGY PORTFOLIO
Here we report the following: contaminant(s), maximum indoor air concentration, and health hazard category.
Perdikis also suggested that the Electricity Authority of Cyprus' mobile phone power lines and pillars also constituted a health hazard.
A variety of ethical concerns coalesce to make housing-related health hazard research particularly challenging.
While pests are not welcome anywhere, they're especially not wanted in long term care facilities because they pose a potentially serious health hazard for residents who may not be healthy enough to fight off diseases the creatures can carry.
Experts established that a serious health hazard resulted when the feces of one inmate bubbled up in the neighboring cell, and that this was exacerbated when toilets overflowed.

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