Isocyanates, a chemical of spray polyurethane foam insulation (SPF), have been reported as a leading chemical cause of work-related asthma. Read more
In another case, we represent the former owner of a company that installed spray foam insulation in a lawsuit. Read more
NIOSH has found that isocyanates are a leading chemical exposure cause of work-related asthma. Read more
Developing occupational asthma and a sensitization to certain chemicals can result in long-term lung damage, loss of wages, disability, or even death. Read more
Even after application and curing, people working around existing SPF may be at risk from isocyanates and other toxic exposures. Read more
Although effective, it can cause various health issues in both building occupants and workers who apply it. Read more
Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) accused the cosmetic industry of refusing to cooperate in updating antiquated cosmetic safety regulations, claiming that an industry pro... Read more
There was another recent study, done by Dr. Karen Heaton, a University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Assistant Professor, which deserves mention. Dr. Heaton conducted a study of the sleep h... Read more
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