You are here: Home 1986

Dr. Nathaniel Revis

Effect of Drinking Water Containing Chlorine on Cholesterol Metabolism

PDF Print E-mail
1986
Revis, N.W., Osborne, T.R., McCauley, P., Bull, R., and Holdsworth, G.  "The Effect of Drinking Water Containing Chlorine on Cholesterol Metabolism in the White Carneau Pigeon and New Zealand Rabbit," Env. Res. (in press).
 

Relationship of Dietary Iodide and Drinking Water

PDF Print E-mail
1986
Nathaniel W. Revis, Paul McCauley and G. Holdsworth, “Relationship of Dietary Iodide and Drinking Water Disinfectants to Thyroid Function in Experimental Animals”, Environmental Health Perspectives, Volume 69, Pages 243-248, 1986



Relationship of Dietary Iodide and Drinking Water Disinfectants to Thyroid Function in Experimental Animals

N W Revis, P McCauley, and G Holdsworth

This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.

Abstract

The importance of dietary iodide on the reported hypothyroid effect of drinking water disinfectants on thyroid function was investigated. Previous studies have also showed differences in the relative sensitivity of pigeons and rabbits to chlorinated water.
Read more...
 

Health Research Needed to Resolve

PDF Print E-mail
1986
Nathaniel W. Revis, “Health Research Needed to Resolve Scientific Issues Surrounding Drinking Water Disinfection”, Environmental Health Perspectives, Volume 69, Pages 285-286, 1986

Health Research Needed to Resolve Scientific Issues Surrounding Drinking Water Disinfection



 

Relationship of Drinking Water Disinfectants to Plasma Cholesterol

PDF Print E-mail
1986
Nathaniel W. Revis, Paul McCauley, R. Bull and G. Holdsworth, “Relationship of Drinking Water Disinfectants to Plasma Cholesterol and Thyroid Hormone Levels in Experimental Studies”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U S A, Volume 83, Issue 5, Pages 1485-1489, 1986


Relationship of Drinking Water Disinfectants to Plasma Cholesterol and Thyroid Hormone Levels in Experimental Studies

N W Revis, P McCauley, R Bull, and G Holdsworth

This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.

Abstract

The effects of drinking water containing 2 or 15 ppm chlorine (pH 6.5 and 8.5), chlorine dioxide, and monochloramine on thyroid function and plasma cholesterol were studied because previous investigators have reported cardiovascular abnormalities in experimental animals exposed to chlorinated water.
Read more...