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That laser printer sitting on your desk could be emitting high levels of potentially hazardous particles, according to a study published today.
Some printers released almost as many ultra-fine particles as a smoldering cigarette, the study authors said.
"Particles have been shown beyond any doubt to be a health hazard," said study author Lidia Morawska, a physicist at Queensland University of Technology in Australia.