Posted by D on 4/18/06
One possibility is gallium arsenide, found in the semiconductor
manufacturing industry. Dust can be carried home on clothing if
proper industrial hygiene is not practiced.
On 4/06/06, v wrote:
> Just heard on the news today. Arsenic, is feed to chicks
> raised as friers. And to chickens too. To kill parasites. It's
> in there meat when we eat it. Appears to be alot of sources
> arsenic poisoning.
> On 4/04/06, Kevin wrote:
>> On 3/29/06, Bob smith wrote:
>>> i recently went for check up and doctor said I had high
>>> levels of arsenic in my system!
>>> she also said I had high cholesterol(hereditary)
>>> where could I have contacted arsenic?
>> It could be as simple as your source of drinking water.
>> Depending on the location of your residence or workplace, the
>> concentration of arsenic in the soil and ground water could
>> be elevated. Arsenicals were used quite a bit in several
>> farming regions, and arsenic often appears near mining
>> Having your water tested is not very difficult or expensive.
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