health hazard

  1. hazard to the health of those exposed to it
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How To Use health hazard In A Sentence

  • The Department of Education recently wrote to all primary schools reminding them of the potential health hazards posed by overweight schoolbags.
  • Soft or sporadic snoring, which is not generally considered a health hazard, would be at the other end. Sound Effects
  • All solvent strippers are regarded as health hazards.
  • The lead in old paints is a real health hazard.
  • Growing levels of pollution represent a serious health hazard to the local population.
  • They will also bituminise the community's main road to reduce the risk of dust-borne health hazards.
  • Though diesel vehicles are a health hazard, they produce less carbon dioxide than petrol vehicles. Times, Sunday Times
  • Other health hazards specific to underground coal mining include coal dust, which can cause ‘coal worker’s pneumoconiosis’ or anthracosis, often combined with silicosis. Chapter 8
  • This effect could contribute to the health hazards related to alcoholism such as cancer risk.
  • The government was slow to inform the public about the health hazards of lead in petrol.
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