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A 39-year follow-up of the U.K. oil refinery and distribution center studies: results for kidney cancer and leukemia.

Rushton, L

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1993, Vol.101(Suppl 6), p.77-84 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A Case-Crossover Analysis of Air Pollution and Mortality in Philadelphia

Neas, Lucas M. ; Schwartz, Joel ; Dockery, Douglas

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1 August 1999, Vol.107(8), pp.629-631 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A combined analysis of the short-term effects of photochemical air pollutants on mortality within the EMECAM project.

Saez, Marc ; Ballester, Ferran ; Barceló, Maria Antònia ; Pérez-Hoyos, Santiago ; Bellido, Juan ; Tenías, José María ; Ocaña, Ricardo ; Figueiras, Adolfo ; Arribas, Federico ; Aragonés, Nuria ; Tobías, Aurelio ; Cirera, Lluís ; Cañada, Alvaro

Environmental Health Perspectives, 2002, Vol.110(3), p.221-228 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A comparison of continuous- and discrete- time three-state models for rodent tumorigenicity experiments.

Lindsey, J C ; Ryan, L M

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1994, Vol.102(Suppl 1), p.9-17 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A new approach to evaluate the impact of climate on human mortality.

Kalkstein, L S

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1991, Vol.96, p.145-150 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A nonparametric method for estimating interaction effect of age and period on mortality.

Ohtaki, M ; Kim, D K ; Munaka, M

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1990, Vol.87, p.115-121 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A retrospective mortality study among Canadian petroleum marketing and distribution workers.

Schnatter, A R ; Katz, A M ; Nicolich, M J ; Thériault, G

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1993, Vol.101(Suppl 6), p.85-99 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A review of factors affecting productivity of bald eagles in the Great Lakes region: implications for recovery.

Bowerman, W W ; Giesy, J P ; Best, D A ; Kramer, V J

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1995, Vol.103(Suppl 4), p.51-59 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A role for associated transition metals in the immunotoxicity of inhaled ambient particulate matter.

Zelikoff, Judith T ; Schermerhorn, Kimberly R ; Fang, Kaijie ; Cohen, Mitchell D ; Schlesinger, Richard B

Environmental Health Perspectives, 2002, Vol.110(Suppl 5), p.871-875 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A time-series analysis of acidic particulate matter and daily mortality and morbidity in the Buffalo, New York, region.

Gwynn, R C ; Burnett, R T ; Thurston, G D

Environmental Health Perspectives, 2000, Vol.108(2), p.125-133 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Age and poverty as risk factors.

Tomatis, L

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1994, Vol.102(8), p.620-620 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Air pollution and blood markers of cardiovascular risk.

Schwartz, J

Environmental Health Perspectives, 2001, Vol.109(Suppl 3), p.405-409 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Air pollution and child mortality: a time-series study in São Paulo, Brazil.

Conceição, G M ; Miraglia, S G ; Kishi, H S ; Saldiva, P H ; Singer, J M

Environmental Health Perspectives, 2001, Vol.109(Suppl 3), p.347-350 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Air pollution and daily mortality: a hypothesis concerning the role of impaired homeostasis.

Frank, Robert ; Tankersley, Clarke

Environmental Health Perspectives, 2002, Vol.110(1), p.61-65 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Air pollution and daily mortality in Erfurt, east Germany, 1980-1989.

Spix, C ; Heinrich, J ; Dockery, D ; Schwartz, J ; Völksch, G ; Schwinkowski, K ; Cöllen, C ; Wichmann, H E

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1993, Vol.101(6), p.518-526 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Air pollution and daily mortality in Seoul and Ulsan, Korea.

Lee, J T ; Shin, D ; Chung, Y

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1999, Vol.107(2), p.149-154 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Air Pollution and Daily Mortality in Three U.S. Counties

Moolgavkar, Suresh H.

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1 August 2000, Vol.108(8), pp.777-784 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Air Pollution and Retained Particles in the Lung

Brauer, Michael ; Avila-Casado, Carmen ; Fortoul, Teresa I. ; Vedal, Sverre ; Stevens, Bonnie ; Churg, Andrew

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1 October 2001, Vol.109(10), pp.1039-1043 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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An evaluation of climate/mortality relationships in large U.S. cities and the possible impacts of a climate change.

Kalkstein, L S ; Greene, J S

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1997, Vol.105(1), p.84-93 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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An expanded cohort study of cancer among benzene-exposed workers in China. Benzene Study Group.

Yin, S N ; Hayes, R B ; Linet, M S ; Li, G L ; Dosemeci, M ; Travis, L B ; Zhang, Z N ; Li, D G ; Chow, W H ; Wacholder, S ; Blot, W J

Environmental Health Perspectives, 1996, Vol.104(Suppl 6), p.1339-1341 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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