Sources of cadmium exposure among healthy premenopausal women.
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:The Science of the total environment, Volume 409, Issue 9, p.1632-7 (2011)
Keywords:2011, Adult, Cadmium, Center-Authored Paper, Creatinine, Cross-Sectional Studies, diet, Environmental Exposure, Environmental Pollutants, Female, Humans, Linear Models, Middle Aged, Multivariate Analysis, Nutrition Assessment Core Facility, Premenopause, Public Health Sciences Division, Questionnaires, Shared Resources, Smoking
Cadmium, a persistent and widespread environmental pollutant, has been associated with kidney function impairment and several diseases. Cigarettes are the dominant source of cadmium exposure among smokers; the primary source of cadmium in non-smokers is food. We investigated sources of cadmium exposure in a sample of healthy women.
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