B. C.
January 2007
Onearth;Winter2007, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p46
The article reports on the establishment of a bill by the state legislature in California to monitor the levels of chemical contaminants in humans. The statewide program creates a framework for public health officials to test volunteers for toxic substances. The program will also allow residents to compare their own chemical exposure with statewide averages.


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