While beryllium enters the soil, water and air naturally in small amounts, the total amount generated is compounded by human activities, including metal production and combustion of coal and oil. Beryllium enters the air in dust particles. It also enters the water, and when it does it reacts with chemicals that render the water insoluble. Beryllium has been linked to cancer and changes in DNA in animals.
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