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  1. Epidemiological evidence has linked air pollution with adverse respiratory outcomes, but the mechanisms underlying susceptibility to air pollution remain unclear. This study aimed to investigate the role of gl...

    Authors: Xiang Zeng, Ge Tian, Jingfang Zhu, Fuyun Yang, Rui Zhang, Huijun Li, Zhen An, Juan Li, Jie Song, Jing Jiang, Dongling Liu and Weidong Wu
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:14
  2. Using a toolkit approach, Tsuda et al. critiqued work carried out by or in collaboration with the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC/WHO), including the IARC technical publication No. 46 on “Thy...

    Authors: Joachim Schüz, Evgenia Ostroumova, Ausrele Kesminiene, Louise Davies, Hyeong Sik Ahn, Kayo Togawa and Salvatore Vaccarella
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:13
  3. Long-term neurological health risks associated with oil spill cleanup exposures are largely unknown. We aimed to investigate risks of longer-term neurological conditions among U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) responder...

    Authors: Hristina Denic-Roberts, Lawrence S. Engel, Jeanine M. Buchanich, Rachel G. Miller, Evelyn O. Talbott, Dana L. Thomas, Glen A. Cook, Tina Costacou and Jennifer A. Rusiecki
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:12
  4. Higher prenatal ambient air pollution exposure has been associated with impaired neurodevelopment in preschoolers and school-aged children. The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships between pr...

    Authors: Zachariah E. M. Morgan, Maximilian J. Bailey, Diana I. Trifonova, Noopur C. Naik, William B. Patterson, Frederick W. Lurmann, Howard H. Chang, Bradley S. Peterson, Michael I. Goran and Tanya L. Alderete
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:11
  5. Recent studies linking low levels of nitrate in drinking water to colorectal cancer have raised public concerns over nitrate contamination. The aim of this study was to analyze the media discourse on the poten...

    Authors: Leah Grout, Tim Chambers, Simon Hales, Marnie Prickett, Michael G. Baker and Nick Wilson
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:9
  6. Environmental exposures during pregnancy and early childhood can have acute and chronic adverse health impacts. As minoritized populations are more likely to reside in areas with greater pollution, it is impor...

    Authors: Elizabeth M. Kamai, Andrea Calderon, Yoshira Ornelas Van Horne, Theresa M. Bastain, Carrie V. Breton and Jill E. Johnston
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:8
  7. While it is known that exposure to traffic-related air pollution causes an enormous global toll on human health, neurobiological underpinnings therein remain elusive. The study addresses this gap in knowledge.

    Authors: Jodie R. Gawryluk, Daniela J. Palombo, Jason Curran, Ashleigh Parker and Chris Carlsten
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:7

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Health 2023 22:10

  8. There are few studies on the effects of air pollutants on acute lower respiratory tract infections (ALRI) in children. Here, we investigated the relationship of fine particulate matter (PM2.5), inhalable particul...

    Authors: Yi He, Wanyanhan Jiang, Xi Gao, Chengwei Lin, Jia Li and Lian Yang
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:6
  9. A key element of risk assessment is accounting for the full range of variability in response to environmental exposures. Default dose-response methods typically assume a 10-fold difference in response to chemi...

    Authors: Julia R. Varshavsky, Swati D. G. Rayasam, Jennifer B. Sass, Daniel A. Axelrad, Carl F. Cranor, Dale Hattis, Russ Hauser, Patricia D. Koman, Emily C. Marquez, Rachel Morello-Frosch, Catherine Oksas, Sharyle Patton, Joshua F. Robinson, Sheela Sathyanarayana, Peggy M. Shepard and Tracey J. Woodruff
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 21(Suppl 1):133

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 21 Supplement 1

  10. The manufacture and production of industrial chemicals continues to increase, with hundreds of thousands of chemicals and chemical mixtures used worldwide, leading to widespread population exposures and result...

    Authors: Tracey J. Woodruff, Swati D. G. Rayasam, Daniel A. Axelrad, Patricia D. Koman, Nicholas Chartres, Deborah H. Bennett, Linda S. Birnbaum, Phil Brown, Courtney C. Carignan, Courtney Cooper, Carl F. Cranor, Miriam L. Diamond, Shari Franjevic, Eve C. Gartner, Dale Hattis, Russ Hauser…
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 21(Suppl 1):132

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 21 Supplement 1

  11. Human health risk assessment currently uses the reference dose or reference concentration (RfD, RfC) approach to describe the level of exposure to chemical hazards without appreciable risk for non-cancer healt...

    Authors: Greylin H. Nielsen, Wendy J. Heiger-Bernays, Jonathan I. Levy, Roberta F. White, Daniel A. Axelrad, Juleen Lam, Nicholas Chartres, Dimitri Panagopoulos Abrahamsson, Swati D. G. Rayasam, Rachel M. Shaffer, Lauren Zeise, Tracey J. Woodruff and Gary L. Ginsberg
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 21(Suppl 1):129

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 21 Supplement 1

  12. Understanding, characterizing, and quantifying human exposures to environmental chemicals is critical to protect public health. Exposure assessments are key to determining risks to the general population and f...

    Authors: Laura N. Vandenberg, Swati D. G. Rayasam, Daniel A. Axelrad, Deborah H. Bennett, Phil Brown, Courtney C. Carignan, Nicholas Chartres, Miriam L. Diamond, Rashmi Joglekar, Bhavna Shamasunder, Kristin Shrader-Frechette, Wilma A. Subra, Ken Zarker and Tracey J. Woodruff
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 21(Suppl 1):121

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 21 Supplement 1

  13. Hazard identification, risk assessment, regulatory, and policy activity are usually conducted on a chemical-by-chemical basis. Grouping chemicals into categories or classes is an underutilized approach that co...

    Authors: Maricel V. Maffini, Swati D. G. Rayasam, Daniel A. Axelrad, Linda S. Birnbaum, Courtney Cooper, Shari Franjevic, Patrick M. MacRoy, Keeve E. Nachman, Heather B. Patisaul, Kathryn M. Rodgers, Mark S. Rossi, Ted Schettler, Gina M. Solomon and Tracey J. Woodruff
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 21(Suppl 1):120

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 21 Supplement 1

  14. In the context of climate change, it has been well observed that short-term temperature variability (TV) could increase the overall and cause-specific mortality and morbidity. However, the association between ...

    Authors: Bo Wen, Bin Bin Su, Jiahui Xue, Junqing Xie, Yao Wu, Li Chen, Yanhui Dong, Xiaolan Wu, Mengfan Wang, Yi Song, Jun Ma and Xiaoying Zheng
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:4
  15. Phthalate exposure is ubiquitous due to the widespread use of plastic products in daily life, and affects several health outcomes, including metabolic diseases. In this study, we evaluated the effects of phtha...

    Authors: Seonhwa Lee, Hye Ah Lee, Bohyun Park, Hyejin Han, Young Sun Hong, Eun Hee Ha and Hyesook Park
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:3
  16. With rapid urbanization, the urban environment, especially the neighborhood environment, has received increasing global attention. However, a comprehensive overview of the association between neighborhood risk...

    Authors: Yuyang Zhang, Ningrui Liu, Yan Li, Ying Long, Jill Baumgartner, Gary Adamkiewicz, Kavi Bhalla, Judith Rodriguez and Emily Gemmell
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:2
  17. Research related to sustainable diets is is highly relevant to provide better understanding of the impact of dietary intake on the health and the environment.

    Authors: Silvia García, Cristina Bouzas, David Mateos, Rosario Pastor, Laura Álvarez, María Rubín, Miguel Ángel Martínez-González, Jordi Salas-Salvadó, Dolores Corella, Albert Goday, J. Alfredo Martínez, Ángel M. Alonso-Gómez, Julia Wärnberg, Jesús Vioque, Dora Romaguera, José Lopez-Miranda…
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:1
  18. Bisphenol A (BPA) and its substitutes bisphenol S (BPS) and bisphenol F (BPF) are endocrine-disrupting chemicals widely used in consumer products, which have been proposed to induce various human diseases. In ...

    Authors: Jia Peng, Lei-Lei Du and Qi-Lin Ma
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 21:124
  19. Numerous studies have suggested significant associations between prenatal exposure to heavy metals and newborn anthropometric measures. However, little is known about the effect of various heavy metal mixtures...

    Authors: Tal Michael, Elkana Kohn, Sharon Daniel, Ariela Hazan, Matitiahu Berkovitch, Anna Brik, Ori Hochwald, Liron Borenstein-Levin, Moshe Betser, Miki Moskovich, Ayelet Livne, Rimona Keidar, Efrat Rorman, Luda Groisman, Zeev Weiner, Adi Malkoff Rabin…
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:139
  20. Millions of tons of lead were added to gasoline worldwide beginning in 1922, and leaded gasoline has been a major source of population lead exposure. In 1960s, lead began to be removed from automotive gasoline...

    Authors: Ruth C. Angrand, Geoffrey Collins, Philip J. Landrigan and Valerie M. Thomas
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:138
  21. To compare estimates of spatiotemporal variations of surface PM2.5 concentrations in Colombia from 2014 to 2019 derived from two global air quality models, as well as to quantify the avoidable deaths attributable...

    Authors: Laura A. Rodriguez-Villamizar, Luis Carlos Belalcazar-Ceron, María Paula Castillo, Edwin Ricardo Sanchez, Víctor Herrera and Dayana Milena Agudelo-Castañeda
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:137
  22. Bisphenol A (BPA) exposure and its structural analogs (BPS and BPF) might cause endocrine alterations and adverse physiological effects. Few studies to date have directly explored the association between its s...

    Authors: Chichen Zhang, Yuehong Luo, Shi Qiu, Xinyi Huang, Kun Jin, Jiakun Li, Mi Yang, Dan Hu, Xiaonan Zheng, Zhongyuan Jiang, Mingda Wang, Xiaoli Zou and Qiang Wei
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:135
  23. The aetiology of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is multifactorial with a complex interplay between environmental, microbial endogenous and genetic factors. The impact of outdoor air pollution on prevalence or se...

    Authors: S. Peeters, C. Wang, E. M. Bijnens, D. M. A. Bullens, W. J. Fokkens, C. Bachert, P. W. Hellings, T. S. Nawrot and S. F. Seys
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:134
  24. Influenza seasonality has been frequently studied, but its mechanisms are not clear. Urban in-situ studies have linked influenza to meteorological or pollutant stressors. Few studies have investigated rural an...

    Authors: Jörn Rittweger, Lorenza Gilardi, Maxana Baltruweit, Simon Dally, Thilo Erbertseder, Uwe Mittag, Muhammad Naeem, Matthias Schmid, Marie-Therese Schmitz, Sabine Wüst, Stefan Dech, Jens Jordan, Tobias Antoni and Michael Bittner
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:131
  25. To explore the health risk of living near permitted composting sites (PCSs) on disease severity in children and adults with cystic fibrosis (CF) across the UK. 

    Authors: Muhammad Saleem Khan, Philippa Douglas, Anna L. Hansell, Nicholas J. Simmonds and Frédéric B. Piel
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:130
  26. Undernutrition is a global public health crisis, causing nearly half of deaths for children under age 5 years. Little is known regarding the impact of air pollution in-utero and early childhood on health outco...

    Authors: Priyanka N. deSouza, Melanie Hammer, Peter Anthamatten, Patrick L. Kinney, Rockli Kim, S. V. Subramanian, Michelle L. Bell and Kevin M. Mwenda
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:128
  27. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are endocrine disrupting chemicals which could be associated with cancer development, such as kidney and testicular cancers, pancreatic and hepatocellular carcinoma a...

    Authors: Paolo Del Fiore, Francesco Cavallin, Marcodomenico Mazza, Clara Benna, Alessandro Dal Monico, Giulia Tadiotto, Irene Russo, Beatrice Ferrazzi, Saveria Tropea, Alessandra Buja, Claudia Cozzolino, Rocco Cappellesso, Lorenzo Nicolè, Luisa Piccin, Jacopo Pigozzo, Vanna Chiarion-Sileni…
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:126
  28. Air pollution epidemiology has primarily relied on measurements from fixed outdoor air quality monitoring stations to derive population-scale exposure. Characterisation of individual time-activity-location pat...

    Authors: Lia Chatzidiakou, Anika Krause, Mike Kellaway, Yiqun Han, Yilin Li, Elizabeth Martin, Frank J. Kelly, Tong Zhu, Benjamin Barratt and Roderic L. Jones
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:125
  29. In February 2021, over one hundred scientists and policy experts participated in a web-based Workshop to discuss the ways that divergent evaluations of evidence and scientific uncertainties are used to delay t...

    Authors: Nicholas Chartres, Jennifer B. Sass, David Gee, Simona A. Bălan, Linda Birnbaum, Vincent James Cogliano, Courtney Cooper, Kristi Pullen Fedinick, Roy M. Harrison, Marike Kolossa-Gehring, Daniele Mandrioli, Mark A. Mitchell, Susan L. Norris, Christopher J. Portier, Kurt Straif and Theo Vermeire
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:123
  30. Air quality is a major public health threat linked to poor birth outcomes, respiratory and cardiovascular disease, and premature mortality. Deprived groups and children are disproportionately affected. Bradfor...

    Authors: Rosemary R. C. McEachan, Rukhsana Rashid, Gillian Santorelli, James Tate, Jamie Thorpe, James B. McQuaid, John Wright, Kate E. Pickett, Kirsty Pringle, Laura Bojke, Sally Jones, Shahid Islam, Simon Walker, Tiffany C. Yang and Maria Bryant
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:122
  31. Studies of effects of hurricanes on perinatal outcomes often rely on approximate measures of exposure. This study aims to use observed damage from aerial imagery to refine residential building damage estimates...

    Authors: Ke Pan, Elaina Gonsoroski, Christopher K. Uejio, Leslie Beitsch, Samendra P. Sherchan, Maureen Y. Lichtveld and Emily W. Harville
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:118
  32. Due to anthropogenic activities and global warming, the severity and distribution of harmful algal blooms (HABs) have been increasing steadily worldwide, including in South Korea (S. Korea). Previous studies r...

    Authors: Seungjun Lee, Boseung Choi, Sung Jae Kim, Jinnam Kim, Dayun Kang and Jiyoung Lee
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:116
  33. It is well documented that persons of color experience disproportionate exposure to environmental contaminants, including air pollution, and have poorer pregnancy outcomes. This study assessed the critical win...

    Authors: Alicia K. Peterson, Rima Habre, Zhongzheng Niu, Monica Amin, Tingyu Yang, Sandrah P. Eckel, Shohreh F. Farzan, Fred Lurmann, Nathan Pavlovic, Brendan H. Grubbs, Daphne Walker, Laila A. Al-Marayati, Edward Grant, Deborah Lerner, Theresa M. Bastain and Carrie V. Breton
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:115
  34. Serum concentrations of total cholesterol and related lipid measures have been associated with serum concentrations of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in humans, even among those with only backgroun...

    Authors: Matthew W Linakis, Paul Gustafson, Bruce C Allen, Annette M Bachand, Cynthia Van Landingham, Debra R Keast and Matthew P Longnecker
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:114
  35. Environmental exposures to industrial chemicals, including perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), may play a role in bone development and future risk of osteoporosis. However, as prospective evidence is limited, th...

    Authors: Annelise Blomberg, Jann Mortensen, Pál Weihe and Philippe Grandjean
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:113

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Health 2023 22:15

  36. Heatwaves can have severe impacts on human health extending from illness to mortality. These health effects are related to not only the physical phenomenon of heat itself but other characteristics such as freq...

    Authors: Thandi Kapwata, Michael T. Gebreslasie and Caradee Y. Wright
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:112
  37. Both environmental and social factors have been linked to birth weight and adiposity at birth, but few studies consider the effects of exposure mixtures. Our objective was to identify which components of a mix...

    Authors: Sheena E. Martenies, Lauren Hoskovec, Ander Wilson, Brianna F. Moore, Anne P. Starling, William B. Allshouse, John L. Adgate, Dana Dabelea and Sheryl Magzamen
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:111
  38. Exposure to endocrine disruptors, such as phthalates, may impact bone mineral density (BMD) through a variety of mechanisms. Studies of phthalate exposure and BMD in humans are scarce.

    Authors: Nina Z. Heilmann, Katherine W. Reeves and Susan E. Hankinson
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:108
  39. Lower respiratory tract viral infection (LRTI) is a significant cause of morbidity-mortality in older people worldwide. We analyzed the association between short-term exposure to environmental factors (climati...

    Authors: Alejandro Álvaro-Meca, Daniel Sepúlveda-Crespo, Rosa Resino, Pablo Ryan, Isidoro Martínez and Salvador Resino
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:107
  40. The interplay between physical activity (PA) and air pollution in relation to type 2 diabetes (T2D) remains largely unknown. Based on a large population-based cohort study, this study aimed to examine whether ...

    Authors: Zhi-Hao Li, Wen-Fang Zhong, Xi-Ru Zhang, Vincent CH Chung, Wei-Qi Song, Qing Chen, Xiao-Meng Wang, Qing-Mei Huang, Dong Shen, Pei-Dong Zhang, Dan Liu, Yu-Jie Zhang, Pei-Liang Chen, Xin Cheng, Hai-Lian Yang, Miao-Chun Cai…
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:106
  41. Lead exposure (LE) and its attributable deaths and disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) have declined in the recent decade; however, it remains one of the leading public health concerns, particularly in regi...

    Authors: Malihe Rezaee, Zahra Esfahani, Seyed Aria Nejadghaderi, Mohsen Abbasi-Kangevari, Sahar Saeedi Moghaddam, Ali Ghanbari, Azin Ghamari, Ali Golestani, Elmira Foroutan Mehr, Ameneh Kazemi, Rosa Haghshenas, Mahsa Moradi, Farzad Kompani, Negar Rezaei and Bagher Larijani
    Citation: Environmental Health 2022 21:105

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