Cadmium exposure can increase risk of lung disease

08/29/2008 | HealthDay News

New research says that even low-level exposure to cadmium, such as through secondhand smoke, can increase the risk of lung disease. The study also indicates that people with high levels of cadmium in their urine could have double the risk of emphysema and other lung conditions.

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