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Tire Dust

  • Motorists Must Get a Grip
    Miles News Agency UK Nov 14 2006 [article about tires; mentions NR content]
  • Playgrounds get a soft landing
    by Chris Nichols The Union Democrat Sonora, CA Aug 28 2006
  • Where Rubber Meets Road
    The Straight Dope by Cecil Adams Salt Lake City Weekly Salt Lake City, UT Jul 06 2006
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  • Season sends sufferers into doctors’ offices
    by Bernadette Sedillos Self El Paso Times El Paso, TX Apr 03 2006
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  • Breathing Easy: Diesel fuel particles can be troublemaker
    by Mark R. Sneller Tucson Citizen Tucson, AZ Mar 14 2006
  • A Case Study of Tire Crumb Use on Playgrounds: Risk Analysis and Communication When Major Clinical Knowledge Gaps Exist
    by Mark E. Anderson, Katherine H. Kirkland, Tee L. Guidotti, and Cecile Rose Environmental Health Perspectives Vol 114 No 1 Jan 2006
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  • Tyre Dust: Where the Rubber Meets the Road
    by Pat Thomas The Ecologist Ecosystems Limited Vol 35 Issue 9 Nov/Dec 2005
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  • Nanoparticles vs. Rubber — Could Nanomaterials Replace Rubber?
    AZoNanotechnology Article Source: ‘Down on the Farm: the Impact of Nano-Scale Technologies on Food and Agriculture’, ETC Group Report, Nov 2004
  • Impact of tire debris on in vitro and in vivo systems
    by Maurizio Gualtieri, Manuela Andrioletti, Paride Mantecca, Claudio Vismara and Marina Camatini1 Particle and Fibre Toxicology Vol 2 Mar 24 2005
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  • Cincinnati Childhood Allergy and Air Pollution Study PDF
    Oct 2001 – Sep 2006
  • World makes a cold seem healthy
    by Lou Ann Thomas The Topeka Capital-Journal Mar 01 2004 Registration (free) required
  • Fossil fuel dependency and human health
    by Drs. Robert & Sonia Vogl The Rock River Times Rockford, IL
  • New age track on tap
    High school athletes could soon be playing on a new $1.7 million track and field complex that uses recycled car tires to give an extra bounce by John Larrabee The Call Woonsockett, RI Dec 11 2003
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  • Airborne Tire Particles in the Environment: A Possible Asthma Risk from Latex Proteins? PDF
    by Brent L. Finley, Dennis R. Ownby, and Sean M. Hays Human and Ecological Risk Assessment Vol 9 No 6 Oct 2003 abstract only
  • Urban traffic and pollutant exposure related to respiratory outcomes and atopy in a large sample of children
    by T. Nicolai, D. Carr, S.K. Weiland, H. Duhme, O. von Ehrenstein, C. Wagner, and E. von Mutius Eur Respir J Vol 21 No 6 Jun 2003
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  • Ill wind leaves trail of dust, destruction
    by Peter Porco and Zaz Hollander Anchorage Daily News Mar 11 2003
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  • What Happens to the Rubber That Wears Off a Car’s Tires?
    Bucknell University Chemistry Professor Investigates Environmental, Health Impacts of Tire Wear Particles Nov 2002
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  • Health effects of diesel exhaust emissions
    by A. Sydbom, A. Blomberg, S. Parnia, N. Stenfors, T. Sandstr÷m, and S-E. DahlÚn Eur Respir J Vol 17 No 4 Apr 2001
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  • Possible Latex link to Asthma
    The Environmental Clipboard by Michael Swoyer Environmental Health Services Division Kansas City, MO Health Department Winter 2001
  • Windows of Investigation
    by Sharon Poff Bucknell World Vol 29 No 2 Mar 2001
  • Traffic exposure and sensitization to latex
    Allergy & Asthma Disease Management Center (AAAAI) Nov 21 2000
  • Air Pollution and Asthma
    Tiny Particles Take a Big Toll by Tracy L. Schmierer Advance for Physician Assistants Oct 23 2000
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  • Latex particles from tires: are they a health hazard?
    The Editors’ Choice by Donald Y. M. Leung, MD, PhD, Harold S. Nelson, MD, and Stanley J. Szefler, MD J Allergy Clin Immunol Vol 106 No 3 Sep 2000
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  • Do latex particles effect asthma or, what effect, if any, do latex particles have on asthma?
    KanCRN Collaborative Research Network Archived version
  • Asthma’s spread stumps experts
    Doctors can diagnose it and treat it, but they can’t explain why more adults have it by Peggy O’Farrell The Cincinnati Enquirer Jun 08 2000
  • Latex Allergy Risk among the General Population due to Traffic-Related Airborne Dust?
    Letter to the Editor by Roel Vermeulen; Gert Doekes; and Hans Kromhout Epidemiology Vol 11 No 1 Jan 2000
  • Traffic Can Kick Up Allergies
    TV Report Dr. Dean Jan 13 2000
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  • Road Dust Contributes To Asthma, Allergies
    Reuters Health Dec 24 1999
  • Cars kicking up allergens, study finds
    by Lucy Chubb Environmental News Network Dec 09 1999 Archived version
  • Road Dust Can Kick Up Allergies
    Dr. Dean Nov 24 1999
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  • Traffic may worsen hay fever and asthma
    by J. Raloff Science News Vol 156 Issue 21 Nov 20 1999
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  • Asthma touches millions, but treatment can control it
    Healthy Kids Children’s Mercy Hospital Kansas City, Mo
  • Teacher’s Notebook: Playground ReTIREment Homes
    by Nancy Newland Missouri Resources Spring 2000
  • A Playground Odyssey
    by Nancy Newland Scrap Tire News Oct 02 1999
  • Allergens in Paved Road Dust and Airborne Particles PDF
    California Air Resources Board Contract No. 95-312 Final Report by Ann G. Miguel, Glen R. Cass, M. Michael Glovsky and Jay Weiss Aug 1998
  • Allergen Content of Paved Road Dust
    Exposure Assessment Research Core Archived version
  • Malaysian Minister Dismisses Latex Dust Issue
    SUSTRAN Flash #27 Sustainable Transport Action Network for Asia and the Pacific Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Oct 07 1997
  • Growing incidence of asthma is mystery
    by Julie Sevrens Journal Sentinel Milwaukee, WI Jul 14 1997
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  • Latex Allergens in Tire Dust and Airborne Particles
    by Ann G. Miguel, Glen R. Cass, Jay Weiss, and M. Michael Glovsky Environmental Health Perspectives Vol 104 No 11 Nov 1996
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  • Paving, Asphalt, Tires and Latex Allergies: What is the Relationship?
    by D. Groce Latex Allergy News Aug 1996
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  • Particulates Garner Particular Attention
    by Dennis Romboy Deseret News Salt Lake City, UT May 03 1996
  • Respirable tire fragments contain specific IgE-binding and bridging latex antigens PDF
    by P Brock Williams, A Akasawa, S Dreskin and John C Selner Chest Vol 109 No 3 Mar 1996
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  • Body Politics: Tiny Particles, Big Problems
    Our air is cleaner, yet the body count climbs by Michael Castleman Sierra Magazine Vol 80 Nov/Dec 1995 Archived version
  • Airborne Tire Particles Linked to Allergic Reactions
    The Standard-Times New Bedford, MA Nov 08 1995
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  • Radial Tires Latest Health Threat
    Lynchburg News and Advance Nov 07 1995 Archived version
  • “Where Does Tread Rubber Go?”
    by Peggy J. Fisher
  • Allergic to Latex? It’s Also in the Air
    Letter to the Editor by Judi Striano The New York Times Sep 13 1995
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  • Tire Dust
    Rachel’s Environment and Health Weekly Apr 27 1995
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  • Latex allergies from right out of thin air?
    Latex particles in air pollution may sensitize some people to latex, causing them to develop latex allergy Science News Vol 147 No 16 Apr 22 1995
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