The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than half of Americans have asbestos exposure.
Now the agency is working to better understand the health risks from this compound.
It is using the same data it used when it first started to analyze asbestos in homes in 2001.
The CDC also is asking researchers to test their data with other sources.
The agency is testing hundreds of thousands of homes and counting how many contain asbestos and what types.
This will help it determine if people should be able to use products like hand sanitizer to remove the compound.
The agency will also help people who live near the source of the contamination identify where they might find it.
The CDC will also release more detailed information about what types of home inspections might help to identify a source of asbestos exposure in the future.
In the meantime, the CDC is encouraging people to avoid using asbestos, and to use a product like hand-washing soap to avoid exposure to asbestos.
The American Lung Association, which represents more than 4,000,000 people, is urging people to wash their hands before using them to avoid the problem.
The CDC has also been testing a new method for detecting asbestos.
It’s called a chemical assay, which uses a laser to look for the presence of asbestos compounds.
The new assay has been used in the past to detect asbestos.
This new assay can detect only asbestos fibers, and it has not been used for the first time on an actual home.
The new assay uses a fluorescent dye that shines through the fibers and shows what the color is, so that someone could detect a single piece of asbestos.
The tests are used by home inspectors to make sure that the homes are clean.