Occupational Exposure to Vapor-Gas, Dust, and Fumes in a Cohort of Rural Adults in Iowa Compared with a Cohort of Urban Adults
Examines differences in occupational exposure to vapor-gas, dust, and fumes in rural and urban areas. The rural population studied included both current and former farmers, and those who never farmed, thereby providing insights related to non-agriculture occupational exposure to airborne pollutants in rural areas.
Brent C. Doney, Paul K. Henneberger, Michael J. Humann, et al.
MMWR Surveillance Summaries, 66(21), 1-5
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Farmers and farmworkers · Occupational health and safety · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Iowa