occupational disease

Definition of "occupational disease"
  1. An ailment developed due to exposure to specific elements or activities in a workplace, such as typing leading to repetitive stress disorder
How to use "occupational disease" in a sentence
  1. He developed an occupational disease due to prolonged exposure to chemical fumes at his job.
  2. The constant heavy lifting at her job resulted in an occupational disease.
  3. Long hours working on the computer led to an occupational disease involving eye strain and headaches.

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