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what are examples of cultural hazards?
Cultural Hazards result from where we live, our socioeconomic status, occupation, or behavioral choices. For example, we may have a nice home built in the middle of a field of big power lines. Somewhere down the line being around the power lines for a long period of time may put you at risk of developing some sort of cancer. Another example is you may choose to smoke and you already know
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Cultural Hazards result from where we live, our socioeconomic status, occupation, or behavioral choices. For example, we may have a nice home built in the middle of a field of big power lines. Somewhere down the line being around the power lines for a long period of time may put you at risk of developing some sort of cancer. Another example is you may choose to smoke and you already know that it is a hazard to your health and what the consequences may be. One more example of a cultural hazard is using drugs.
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