Inadequate/Insufficient Evidence to Determine Whether an Association Exists:

  • Insecticides and solvents and peripheral neuropathy

  • Insecticides and solvents and Parkinson’s Disease

  • Insecticides and solvents and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

  • Insecticides and solvents and Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Solvents and multiple sclerosis

  • Solvents and a long-term reduction in color discrimination

  • Solvents and long-term hearing loss

  • Solvents and long-term reduction in olfactory function

Limited/Suggestive Evidence of NO Association

  • No findings

Reproductive Effects

Sufficient Evidence of a Causal Relationship

  • No findings

Sufficient Evidence of an Association

  • No findings

Limited/Suggestive Evidence of an Association:

  • No findings

Inadequate/Insufficient Evidence to Determine Whether an Association Exists:

  • Insecticides and solvents and male or female infertility after cessation of the exposure

  • Parental preconception exposure to insecticides or solvents and spontaneous abortion or other adverse pregnancy outcomes

  • Parental preconception exposure to insecticides or solvents and congenital malformations

Limited/Suggestive Evidence of NO Association

  • No findings

Other Health Effects

Sufficient Evidence of a Causal Relationship

  • Benzene and aplastic anemia

Sufficient Evidence of an Association

  • Propylene glycol and allergic contact dermatitis



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