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  1. Content type: Research

    Bisphenol-A (BPA) is a ubiquitous chemical and recognized endocrine disruptor associated with obesity and related disorders. We explored the association between BPA levels and suspected non-alcoholic fatty liv...

    Authors: Sofia G. Verstraete, Janet M. Wojcicki, Emily R. Perito and Philip Rosenthal

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:12

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  2. Content type: Research

    Prenatal exposure to persistent organic pollutants (POPs), may influence offspring weight gain. More prospective epidemiological studies are needed to compliment the growing body of evidence from animal studies.

    Authors: Hilde B. Lauritzen, Tricia L. Larose, Torbjørn Øien, Torkjel M. Sandanger, Jon Ø. Odland, Margot van de Bor and Geir W. Jacobsen

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:9

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  3. Content type: Research

    Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) have been reported to suppress immune function. However, previous studies on prenatal exposure to PFASs and allergic disorders in offspring provided incons...

    Authors: Qian Chen, Rong Huang, Li Hua, Yifeng Guo, Lisu Huang, Yanjun Zhao, Xia Wang and Jun Zhang

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:8

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  4. Content type: Correction

    After publication of the article [1], it has been brought to our attention that there is an error in the abstract. The line that reads “a 1 °C fall during winter months led to reductions of 4.5%, 3.9% and 11.2...

    Authors: Shakoor Hajat

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:7

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    The original article was published in Environmental Health 2017 16:109

  5. Content type: Research

    While associated with obesity, the cause of the rapid rise in prevalence of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in children, which is highest among Hispanics, is not well understood. Animal experiments ha...

    Authors: Jennifer K. Frediani, Eric A. Naioti, Miriam B. Vos, Janet Figueroa, Carmen J. Marsit and Jean A. Welsh

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:6

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  6. Content type: Research

    Electromagnetic hypersensitivity refers to health effects attributed to electromagnetic fields (EMF) exposure and has been formally named “idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fie...

    Authors: Po-Chang Huang, Meng-Ting Cheng and How-Ran Guo

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:5

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  7. Content type: Research

    Air pollution is one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity worldwide. Experimental studies, and a few epidemiological studies, suggest that air pollution may cause acute exacerbation of psychiatric ...

    Authors: Anna Oudin, Daniel Oudin Åström, Peter Asplund, Steinn Steingrimsson, Zoltan Szabo and Hanne Krage Carlsen

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:4

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  8. Content type: Research

    Activities such as swimming, paddling, motor-boating, and fishing are relatively common on US surface waters. Water recreators have a higher rate of acute gastrointestinal illness, along with other illnesses i...

    Authors: Stephanie DeFlorio-Barker, Coady Wing, Rachael M. Jones and Samuel Dorevitch

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:3

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  9. Content type: Research

    Heavy metals including lead and cadmium can disrupt the immune system and the human microbiota. and are increasingly of concern with respect to the propogation of antibiotic-resistence. Infection by methicilli...

    Authors: Shoshannah Eggers, Nasia Safdar and Kristen MC Malecki

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:2

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  10. Content type: Research

    Select hair products contain endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) that may affect breast cancer risk. We hypothesize that, if EDCs are related to breast cancer risk, then they may also affect two important br...

    Authors: Jasmine A. McDonald, Parisa Tehranifar, Julie D. Flom, Mary Beth Terry and Tamarra James-Todd

    Citation: Environmental Health 2018 17:1

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  11. Content type: Research

    Long-term exposure to high ambient air pollution has been associated with coronary artery calcium (CAC), a marker of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Calcifications of left-sided heart valves are also markers of ...

    Authors: Martin Tibuakuu, Miranda R. Jones, Ana Navas-Acien, Di Zhao, Eliseo Guallar, Amanda J. Gassett, Lianne Sheppard, Matthew J. Budoff, Joel D. Kaufman and Erin D. Michos

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16:133

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  12. Content type: Research

    The health-risk assessment paradigm is shifting from single stressor evaluation towards cumulative assessments of multiple stressors. Recent efforts to develop broad-scale public health hazard datasets provide...

    Authors: Ben K. Greenfield, Jayant Rajan and Thomas E. McKone

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16:131

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  13. Content type: Correction

    After publication of the article [1], it has been brought to our attention that the thirteenth author of this article has had their name spelt incorrectly. In the original article the spelling “Laura Rizzir” w...

    Authors: Jerrold J. Heindel, Frederick S. vom Saal, Bruce Blumberg, Patrizia Bovolin, Gemma Calamandrei, Graziano Ceresini, Barbara A. Cohn, Elena Fabbri, Laura Gioiosa, Christopher Kassotis, Juliette Legler, Michele La Merrill, Laura Rizzi, Ronit Machtinger, Alberto Mantovani, Michelle A. Mendez…

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16:130

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    The original article was published in Environmental Health 2015 14:54

  14. Content type: Review

    This review examines the current literature on the effects of future emissions and climate change on particulate matter (PM) and O3 air quality and on the consequent health impacts, with a focus on Europe. There ...

    Authors: Ruth M. Doherty, Mathew R. Heal and Fiona M. O’Connor

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16(Suppl 1):118

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 16 Supplement 1

  15. Content type: Review

    It is widely acknowledged that the climate is warming globally and within the UK. In this paper, studies which assess the direct impact of current increased temperatures and heat-waves on health and those whic...

    Authors: Katherine G. Arbuthnott and Shakoor Hajat

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16(Suppl 1):119

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 16 Supplement 1

  16. Content type: Review

    The impacts of climate on health and wellbeing occur in time and space and through a range of indirect, complicated mechanisms. This diversity of pathways has major implications for national public health plan...

    Authors: George Paterson Morris, Stefan Reis, Sheila Anne Beck, Lora Elderkin Fleming, William Neil Adger, Timothy Guy Benton and Michael Harold Depledge

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16(Suppl 1):116

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 16 Supplement 1

  17. Content type: Review

    This review, commissioned by the Research Councils UK Living With Environmental Change (LWEC) programme, concerns research on the impacts on health and social care systems in the United Kingdom of extreme weat...

    Authors: Sarah Curtis, Alistair Fair, Jonathan Wistow, Dimitri V. Val and Katie Oven

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16(Suppl 1):128

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 16 Supplement 1

  18. Content type: Review

    Calculation of costs and the Burden of Disease (BoD) is useful in developing resource allocation and prioritization strategies in public and environmental health. While useful, the Disability-Adjusted Life Yea...

    Authors: Philippe Grandjean and Martine Bellanger

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16:123

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  19. Content type: Review

    Cold-related mortality and morbidity remains an important public health problem in the UK and elsewhere. Health burdens have often reported to be higher in the UK compared to other countries with colder climat...

    Authors: Shakoor Hajat

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16(Suppl 1):109

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 16 Supplement 1

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Health 2018 17:7

  20. Content type: Review

    Climate is one of several causes of disease emergence. Although half or more of infectious diseases are affected by climate it appears to be a relatively infrequent cause of human disease emergence. Climate mo...

    Authors: Matthew Baylis

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16(Suppl 1):112

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 16 Supplement 1

  21. Content type: Review

    This article examines how social and health inequalities shape the health impacts of climate change in the UK, and what the implications are for climate change adaptation and health care provision. The evidenc...

    Authors: Jouni Paavola

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16(Suppl 1):113

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 16 Supplement 1

  22. Content type: Correction

    After publication of the article [1], it has been brought to our attention that the specificity of the tool was reported as 88%. This specificity is for Major Depressive Disorder. The specificity of the tool f...

    Authors: Alexander C. Wu, Deborah Donnelly-McLay, Marc G. Weisskopf, Eileen McNeely, Theresa S. Betancourt and Joseph G. Allen

    Citation: Environmental Health 2017 16:129

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    The original article was published in Environmental Health 2016 15:121

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