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How dangerous is laser printer for human health?

How dangerous is laser printer for human health?
Since the 1990s, concerns about the harmful effects of laser printer emissions on human health have been raised.

Several studies have revealed that the toner used in laser printers contains hazardous compounds such as metal nanoparticles and carcinogens that are released into the air during the printing process and cause various health problems. can become

The Harvard Center for Nanotechnology and Nanotoxicology published a review of 54 research studies, which acknowledged that there is convincing scientific evidence for adverse health effects such as cytotoxic oxidative stress, inflammation and respiratory diseases.
Meanwhile, experts also say that continuous exposure to laser printer emissions can lead to chronic diseases of the respiratory tract, immune and cardiovascular systems and other organs.

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