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Andy Kenworthy on 31 January 2017

The first document you site regarding the dangers of laser printers actually concludes this: "For this brief review no epidemiology studies directly associating laser printer emissions with adverse health outcomes were located." This suggests that while there is a theoretical risk outlined in the study, there is no proved risk to human health.

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Andy Kenworthy on 31 January 2017

The second source your site for health risks from laser printers is a press release, not a peer reviewed piece. It states:"Contrary to numerous reports, laser printers release hardly any particles of toner into the air." It only goes on to stay that studies are underway. The fact that VOC particles are released may not be of much concern if the amounts are tiny and the physiological impact unprovable...

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