occupational disease

NOUN
  1. disease or disability resulting from conditions of employment (usually from long exposure to a noxious substance or from continuous repetition of certain acts)
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How To Use occupational disease In A Sentence

  • The respiratory thing really does seem to be the occupational disease of magicians.
  • Occupational disease due to chemical exposure is a notifiable condition.
  • What are some of the most frequently reported occupational diseases? An Introduction to Community Health
  • Acknowledged as an occupational disease, lead poisoning is a disabling illness.
  • Steel plants and coking furnaces were no longer our temples to Vulcan, they were sources of pollution and occupational disease.
  • The five categories of risk are sickness, invalidity, old age, accidents at work and occupational diseases, and finally unemployment.
  • Leptospirosis is ubiquitous in distribution and has the dubious distinction of being both an occupational disease and a zoonosis.
  • Can laborer undertake occupational disease diagnose in He De?
  • Review Questions Provide definitions of the terms occupational injury and occupational disease and give three examples of each. An Introduction to Community Health
  • Harm of occupational disease has been a serious public health problem and social problem in China.
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