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CULT-Bonemeal and pulmonary health


It is possible that the cautionary statements on packages of bonemeal about
not inhaling it may refer to the dangers to pulmonary health of inhaling any
of several kinds of fine particulate matter, vermiculate, plaster dust,
fertilizer, dry cement, etc. A mask should always be used when handling such
materials. Of course, dealing with fiberglass, asbestos, and bird droppings
in inquantity requires special precautions. For further information or
literature on issues of pulmonary health, contact your local office of the
American Lung Association.
Anner Whitehead, Richmond, VA
Henry Hall henryanner@aol.com

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