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Insulated asbestos containing flasks on sale in UK

Insulated asbestos containing flasks on sale in UK Even though asbestos has been banned in the UK for many years now, products containing asbestos still find their way into the country. Most recently, it was discovered that insulated flasks were available to purchase on Amazon, ebay and John Lewis stores that contained asbestos. The products […]

Read the full article | Published Apr 18, 2017

Female factory inspector was 1st to warn over Asbestos in 1898

Female factory inspector was 1st to warn over Asbestos in 1898 The dangers of asbestos exposure have been known about for a very long time. Infact, the 1st warnings about the toxic substance emerged in the late 1800’s. It was a female factory inspector by the name of Lucy Deane that first raised concern over […]

Read the full article | Published Apr 11, 2017

Dentists may have been exposed to asbestos in daily work

Dentists may have been exposed to asbestos in daily work It is reported that Dentists may have been exposed to asbestos in daily work, and yet they are not aware of this. Research shows that dental tape is one of the causes of asbestos exposure. And the recent studies also showed that Periodontal dressings are […]

Read the full article | Published Apr 10, 2017

Exeter mum dying of asbestos disease appeals for help

Exeter mum dying of asbestos disease appeals for help Single mum from Exwick in Exeter, Kirsty List, is battling with the asbestos related disease, mesothelioma. She is now 34, but was first diagnosed when she was 32. Kirsty has recently been told by Doctors that she only weeks or months to live. It is Kirsty’s […]

Read the full article | Published Apr 10, 2017
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