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  1. Substandard housing conditions and hazardous indoor environmental exposures contribute to significant morbidity and mortality worldwide. Housing indices that capture the multiple dimensions of healthy housing ...

    Authors: MyDzung T. Chu, Andrew Fenelon, Judith Rodriguez, Ami R. Zota and Gary Adamkiewicz
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:56
  2. Exposure to cold indoor temperature (< 18 degrees Celsius) increases cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk and has been identified by the WHO as a source of unhealthy housing. While warming homes has the potential...

    Authors: Ankur Singh, Anja Mizdrak, Lyrian Daniel, Tony Blakely, Emma Baker, Ludmila Fleitas Alfonzo and Rebecca Bentley
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:54
  3. To conduct a comprehensive systematic review and meta-analysis to estimate the relationship between endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs), including polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), poly-brominated diphenyl e...

    Authors: Dandan Yan, Yang Jiao, Honglin Yan, Tian Liu, Hong Yan and Jingping Yuan
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:53
  4. While benefits of greenness to health have been reported, findings specific to child respiratory health are inconsistent.

    Authors: Kim Hartley, Patrick H. Ryan, Gordon L. Gillespie, Joseph Perazzo, J. Michael Wright, Glenn E. Rice, Geoffrey H. Donovan, Rebecca Gernes, Gurjit K. Khurana Hershey, Grace LeMasters and Cole Brokamp
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:52
  5. Living in greener areas is associated with slower cognitive decline and reduced dementia risk among older adults, but the evidence with neurodegenerative disease mortality is scarce. We studied the association...

    Authors: Lucía Rodriguez-Loureiro, Sylvie Gadeyne, Mariska Bauwelinck, Wouter Lefebvre, Charlotte Vanpoucke and Lidia Casas
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:49
  6. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and its DNA adducts has been suggested to increase the risk of preterm birth (PB). Yet, few studies have been conducted to investigate this association, and the role of ...

    Authors: Nan Zhao, Weiwei Wu, Shiwei Cui, Haibin Li, Yongliang Feng, Ling Guo, Yawei Zhang and Suping Wang
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:48

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Health 2022 21:55

  7. Most U.S. studies that report racial/ethnic disparities in increased risk of low birth weight associated with air pollution exposures have been conducted in California or northeastern states and/or urban areas...

    Authors: Devon C. Payne-Sturges, Robin Puett and Deborah A. Cory-Slechta
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:47
  8. Dietary habits have a profound influence on the metabolic activity of gut microorganisms and their influence on health. Concerns have been raised as to whether the consumption of foodstuffs contaminated with p...

    Authors: Robin Mesnage, Ruth C. E. Bowyer, Souleiman El Balkhi, Franck Saint-Marcoux, Arnaud Gardere, Quinten Raymond Ducarmon, Anoecim Robecca Geelen, Romy Daniëlle Zwittink, Dimitris Tsoukalas, Evangelia Sarandi, Efstathia I. Paramera, Timothy Spector, Claire J. Steves and Michael N. Antoniou
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:46
  9. Concern that synthetic food dyes may impact behavior in children prompted a review by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA). OEHHA conducted a systematic review of the epidemi...

    Authors: Mark D. Miller, Craig Steinmaus, Mari S. Golub, Rosemary Castorina, Ruwan Thilakartne, Asa Bradman and Melanie A. Marty
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:45
  10. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is increasing, with heavy metal exposure an important risk factor. Additionally, the antioxidant folic acid has been studied for reducing blood arsenic levels and related tissue da...

    Authors: Mu-Chi Chung, Hui-Tsung Hsu, Yan-Chiao Mao, Chin-Ching Wu, Chih-Te Ho, Chiu-Shong Liu and Chi-Jung Chung
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:44
  11. Evidences have shown that the stroke risk associated with long-term exposure to particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter of ≤2.5 μm (PM2.5) varies among people in North America, Europe and Asia, but studie...

    Authors: Pei-Chun Chen, Fung-Chang Sung, Chih-Hsin Mou, Chao W. Chen, Shan P. Tsai, Dennis H. P. Hsieh and Chung Y. Hsu
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:43
  12. Exposure to persistent environmental organic pollutants may contribute to the development of obesity among children. Chlordecone is a persistent organochlorine insecticide with estrogenic properties that was u...

    Authors: Nathalie Costet, Antoine Lafontaine, Florence Rouget, Léah Michineau, Christine Monfort, Jean-Pierre Thomé, Philippe Kadhel, Luc Multigner and Sylvaine Cordier
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:42
  13. The two-stage design has become a standard tool in environmental epidemiology to model multi-location data. However, its standard form is rather inflexible and poses important limitations for modelling complex...

    Authors: Francesco Sera and Antonio Gasparrini
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:41

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Health 2022 21:50

  14. Aerosol pollutants are known to raise the risk of development of non-communicable respiratory diseases (NCRDs) such as asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and allergic rhinitis. ...

    Authors: Bailey E. Glenn, Leon M. Espira, Miles C. Larson and Peter S. Larson
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:40
  15. Air pollution is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease, possibly through chronic systemic inflammation that promotes the progression of atherosclerosis and the risk of cardiovascular events....

    Authors: Mehjar Azzouz, Yiyi Xu, Lars Barregard, Björn Fagerberg, Bengt Zöller, Peter Molnár, Anna Oudin, Mårten Spanne, Gunnar Engström and Leo Stockfelt
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:39
  16. The burden of chronic respiratory symptoms and respiratory functional limitations is underestimated in Africa. Few data are available on carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning in sub-Saharan Africa and existing data i...

    Authors: Thomas Zoller, Elirehema H. Mfinanga, Tresphory B. Zumba, Peter J. Asilia, Edwin M. Mutabazi, David Wimmersberger, Francis Mhimbira, Frederick Haraka and Klaus Reither
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:38
  17. Climate change, urbanisation, chemical pollution and disruption of ecosystems, including biodiversity loss, affect our health and wellbeing. Research is crucial to be able to respond to the current and future ...

    Authors: Elina Drakvik, Manolis Kogevinas, Åke Bergman, Anais Devouge and Robert Barouki
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:37
  18. Air pollution has been associated with metabolic disease and obesity. Adipokines are potential mediators of these effects, but studies of air pollution-adipokine relationships are inconclusive. Macrophage and ...

    Authors: Md Mostafijur Rahman, Fei Fei Liu, Sandrah P. Eckel, Ishwarya Sankaranarayanan, Pedram Shafiei-Jahani, Emily Howard, Lilit Baronikian, Fred Sattler, Frederick W. Lurmann, Hooman Allayee, Omid Akbari and Rob McConnell
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:36
  19. The watershed in Asubpeeschoseewagong Netum Anishinabek (Grassy Narrows First Nation) territory has been contaminated by mercury (Hg) since 1962, resulting in very high Hg concentrations in fish, central to th...

    Authors: Aline Philibert, Myriam Fillion, Judy Da Silva, Tanya Suvendrini Lena and Donna Mergler
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:34
  20. Ambient PM2.5 is a ubiquitous air pollutant with demonstrated adverse health impacts in population. Hemodialysis patients are a highly vulnerable population and may be particularly susceptible to the effects of P...

    Authors: Yuzhi Xi, David B. Richardson, Abhijit V. Kshirsagar, Timothy J. Wade, Jennifer E. Flythe, Eric A. Whitsel, Geoffrey C. Peterson, Lauren H. Wyatt and Ana G. Rappold
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:33
  21. The biological association between electromagnetic fields (EMF) and idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to EMF (IEI-EMF) has not been established. To assess the physiological changes and symptoms a...

    Authors: Po-Chang Huang, Jui-chin Chiang, Ya-Yun Cheng, Tain-Junn Cheng, Chien-Yuan Huang, Ya-Ting Chuang, Ti Hsu and How-Ran Guo
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:31
  22. The aetiology of neuroblastic tumours is likely to involve both genetic and environmental factors. A number of possible environmental risk factors have been suggested, including infection. If an irregular temp...

    Authors: Louise Hayes, Nermine Basta, Colin R. Muirhead, Jason D. Pole, Paul Gibson, Bruna Di Monte, Meredith S. Irwin, Mark Greenberg, Deborah A. Tweddle and Richard J. Q. McNally
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:30
  23. Recent studies showed that air pollution might play a role in the etiology of mental disorders. In this study we evaluated the association between air pollution and mental and self-rated health and the possibl...

    Authors: Pauline Hautekiet, Nelly D. Saenen, Stefaan Demarest, Hans Keune, Ingrid Pelgrims, Johan Van der Heyden, Eva M. De Clercq and Tim S. Nawrot
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:29
  24. Brominated flame retardants (BFR) and per- and polyfluorinated alkylated substances (PFAS) are two groups of substances suspected to act as endocrine disruptors. Such substances could therefore be implicated i...

    Authors: Pauline Frenoy, Vittorio Perduca, German Cano-Sancho, Jean-Philippe Antignac, Gianluca Severi and Francesca Romana Mancini
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:27
  25. Polycystic ovary morphology (PCOM) is an ultrasonographic finding that can be present in women with ovulatory disorder and oligomenorrhea due to hypothalamic, pituitary, and ovarian dysfunction. While air poll...

    Authors: Victoria Fruh, Jay Jojo Cheng, Ann Aschengrau, Shruthi Mahalingaiah and Kevin J. Lane
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:26
  26. 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) is one of the most extensively used herbicides in the United States. In 2012, 2,4-D was the most widely used herbicide in non-agricultural settings and the fifth most hea...

    Authors: Marlaina S. Freisthler, C. Rebecca Robbins, Charles M. Benbrook, Heather A. Young, David M. Haas, Paul D. Winchester and Melissa J. Perry
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:23
  27. Ambient fine particulate matter (PM < 2.5 μm, PM2.5) is gaining increasing attention as an environmental risk factor for health. The kidneys are considered a particularly vulnerable target to the toxic effects th...

    Authors: Leen Rasking, Kenneth Vanbrabant, Hannelore Bové, Michelle Plusquin, Katrien De Vusser, Harry A. Roels and Tim S. Nawrot
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:24
  28. In biomedical, life or environmental science research, two different strategies exist depending on the starting point of the researchers: “what makes us ill? “ or “what makes us healthy?”. Indeed, a risk-based...

    Authors: Virginie Migeot, Jérémy Guihenneuc, Houria El Ouazzani, Marion Albouy, Antoine Dupuis and Sylvie Rabouan
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:22
  29. Venous thromboembolisms (VTE) are one of the most frequent cause among the cardiovascular diseases. Despite the association between long-term exposure to air pollution and cardiovascular outcomes have been wid...

    Authors: Matteo Renzi, Massimo Stafoggia, Paola Michelozzi, Marina Davoli, Francesco Forastiere and Angelo G. Solimini
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:21
  30. Dengue dynamics result from the complex interactions between the virus, the host and the vector, all being under the influence of the environment. Several studies explored the link between weather and dengue d...

    Authors: Noé Ochida, Morgan Mangeas, Myrielle Dupont-Rouzeyrol, Cyril Dutheil, Carole Forfait, Alexandre Peltier, Elodie Descloux and Christophe Menkes
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:20
  31. Coronary heart disease (CHD), the leading cause of death globally, might be developed or exacerbated by air pollution, resulting high burden to patients. To date, limited studies have estimated the relations b...

    Authors: Wanyanhan Jiang, Han Chen, Jiaqiang Liao, Xi Yang, Biao Yang, Yuqin Zhang, Xiaoqi Pan, Lulu Lian and Lian Yang
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:19
  32. Neighborhood greenspaces provide opportunities for increased physical activity and social interaction, and thus may reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes. However, there is little robust research on greenspace an...

    Authors: Annie Doubleday, Catherine J. Knott, Marnie F. Hazlehurst, Alain G. Bertoni, Joel D. Kaufman and Anjum Hajat
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:18

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Health 2022 21:28

  33. Air pollution is one of the main concerns for the health of European citizens, and cities are currently striving to accomplish EU air pollution regulation. The 2020 COVID-19 lockdown measures can be seen as an...

    Authors: Luca Boniardi, Federica Nobile, Massimo Stafoggia, Paola Michelozzi and Carla Ancona
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:17
  34. Several studies have suggested adverse effects of particulate matter (PM) exposure on male reproductive health; few have investigated the association between PM exposure and semen quality in a large population...

    Authors: Wei Wu, Yiqiu Chen, Yuting Cheng, Qiuqin Tang, Feng Pan, Naijun Tang, Zhiwei Sun, Xinru Wang, Stephanie J. London and Yankai Xia
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:16
  35. Communities in Cape Cod, Massachusetts were exposed to tetrachloroethylene (PCE) through contaminated drinking water from 1969 to 1983. PCE exposure during adulthood has well-established neurotoxic effects; ho...

    Authors: Charlotte R. Doran and Ann Aschengrau
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:15
  36. Research suggests that greenspace may confer neurocognitive benefits. This study examines whether residential greenspace is associated with risk of dementia among older adults.

    Authors: Erik D. Slawsky, Anjum Hajat, Isaac C. Rhew, Helen Russette, Erin O. Semmens, Joel D. Kaufman, Cindy S. Leary and Annette L. Fitzpatrick
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:14
  37. Arsenic exposure has been associated with gestational diabetes mellitus. However, the extent to which arsenic exposure during pregnancy is associated with postpartum glucose intolerance is unknown.

    Authors: Abby F. Fleisch, Sudipta Kumer Mukherjee, Subrata K. Biswas, John F. Obrycki, Sheikh Muhammad Ekramullah, D. M. Arman, Joynul Islam, David C. Christiani and Maitreyi Mazumdar
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:13
  38. Previous epidemiological studies on the association between short-term exposure to particulate matter (PM) with hospital admission in major cities in China were limited to shorter study periods or a single hos...

    Authors: Wenjia Peng, Hao Li, Li Peng, Ying Wang and Weibing Wang
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:12
  39. While the health risks of air pollution attract considerable attention, both scholarly and within the general population, citizens are rarely involved in environmental health research, beyond participating as ...

    Authors: Florence Gignac, Valeria Righi, Raül Toran, Lucía Paz Errandonea, Rodney Ortiz, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Javier Creus, Xavier Basagaña and Mara Balestrini
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:11
  40. Neonicotinoids (NN) are selective neurotoxic pesticides that bind to insect but also mammal nicotinic acetycholine receptors (nAChRs). As the most widely used class of insecticides worldwide, they are ubiquito...

    Authors: Bernard Laubscher, Manuel Diezi, Raffaele Renella, Edward A. D. Mitchell, Alexandre Aebi, Matthieu Mulot and Gaëtan Glauser
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:10
  41. Previous studies observed associations between prenatal exposure to fine particulate matter (≤ 2.5 μm; PM2.5) and small-for-gestational-age (SGA) birth and lower birthweight percentile for gestational age. Few, i...

    Authors: Mercedes A. Bravo and Marie Lynn Miranda
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:9
  42. Previous studies show evidence for associations of prenatal exposure to organophosphate (OP) pesticides with poorer childhood neurodevelopment. As children grow older, poorer cognition, executive function, and...

    Authors: Sharon K. Sagiv, Stephen Rauch, Katherine R. Kogut, Carly Hyland, Robert B. Gunier, Ana M. Mora, Asa Bradman, Julianna Deardorff and Brenda Eskenazi
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:8
  43. Thirty years ago, Gulf War (GW) veterans returned home with numerous health symptoms that have been associated with neurotoxicant exposures experienced during deployment. The health effects from these exposure...

    Authors: Maxine H. Krengel, Clara G. Zundel, Timothy Heeren, Megan Yee, Avron Spiro, Susan P. Proctor, Claudia M. Grasso and Kimberly Sullivan
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:7

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