Erionite: An Emerging North American Hazard
Erionite is a naturally occurring mineral that belongs to a group of silicate minerals called zeolites. Recently, evidence has slowly accumulated, linking exposure to erionite with serious adverse health effects in North America and suggesting that some workers may have a greater potential for exposure than previously recognized.
This article discusses those health effects.
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