Hygenall Press

January 22, 2014
Congress Revives National Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

December 14, 2010
Holiday Lead Press Release

November 3, 2010
NIOSH Posts New Database Resource on Rates, Trends in Elevated Blood Lead Levels

October 20, 2010
CDC Recommends Hygenall After Using Firearms

August 23, 2010
OSHA Cites Firing Range $2 Million for high Lead and other hazards

CDC Recommends Hygenall After Firing Weapons
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Violence Policy Center (2001)
Firing Range Lead Poisoning Hazards

December 21, 2009
Blood Lead Levels and Major Depressive Disorder, Panic Disorder, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder in US Young Adults

November 25, 2009
Firing Range Data
Developmental Exposure to Lead Causes Persistent Immunotoxicity in Fischer 344 Rats

October 8, 2009
Stimulus targets stubborn foe — lead in homes

June 24, 2009
Hygenall Corporation Partners with SKC, Inc. and Launches Hygenall Industrial™ at the American Society of Safety Engineers, Safety 2009 Exposition

June 24, 2009
Hygenall Corporation Launches Hygenall Industrial™

June 24, 2009
Mk-IX Technologies Corporation Changes name to Hygenall Corporation

April 21, 2009
In the Military, Toxic Tungsten is Everywhere

March 25, 2009
BusinessWeek features Hygenall as one of "America's Most Promising Startups"

February 18, 2009
CDC Licenses Technology to Remove Lead From Skin

February 9, 2009
Portsmouth company introduces lead removal hand wipes

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Scientific References


New Science: Lead Neurotoxicity in Children

Lead Blanket Lead Alert

Lead Waste in Dental Offices

Proper Lead Management in the Dentist Office

Potential Lead Risks in Dental Offices

Mercury Poisoning in Dentist Offices

Children’s Blood Lead Test Results

Lead Exposure Amongst Battery Workers (Jul 2010)

Blood Lead and Battery Worker Hygiene Habits (1999)

Hexavalent Chromium - Heavy Metal Series (Jun 2010)

Hexavalent Chromium Hazard (Feb 2010)

Lead Exposure Among Females of Childbearing Age (CDC, 2004)

Trends in Occupational and Adult Lead Exposure (Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2006)

Lead Hazards at Daycare Centers (Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 1996)

Preventing the Toxic Hand-Off (Occupational Hazards, 2005)

Family Lead Poisoning Associated with Occupational Exposure (Clinical Pediatrics, 2004)

The Association Between Lead Contamination on the Hand and Blood Lead Concentration (Science Direct, 2006)

Predictors of Plasma Lead Among Lithographic Print Shop Workers in Mexico City (American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 2004)

Skin Absorption of Inorganic Lead (PbO) and the Effect of Skin Cleansers (American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2006)

Association of Cumulative Lead and Neurocognitive Function in an Occupational Cohort (American Psychological Association, 2009)

Adult Lead Exposure: Time for Change (Environmental Health Perspectives, 2007)

Lead Exposure and Cardiovascular Disease (Environmental Health Perspectives, 2007)

Cumulative Lead Dose and Cognitive Function in Adults (Environmental Health Perspectives, 2007)

Recommendations for Medical Management of Adult Lead Exposure (Environmental Health Perspectives, 2007)

Lead Poisoning (VeriMed Healthcare Network, 2007)

Christmas lights found with potentially unsafe levels of lead (CNN, 2007)

Lead Exposures in U.S. Children (Environmental Health Perspectives, 2008)

CNN Lead Hazards Article (CNN, 2007)

Skin Absorption of Inorganic Lead and the Effect of Skin Cleansers (American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2006)

Adult Lead Exposure: Time for Change (Environmental Health Perspectives, 2007)

Childhood Lead Poisoning: Conservative Estimates of the Social and Economic Benefits of Lead Hazard Control (Environmental Health Perspectives, 2009)