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  1. The carcinogenic effect of arsenic (As) has been documented in lung, bladder and skin cancers but remains unclear for digestive cancers, although metabolic pathways of As and recent data suggest that it may be...

    Authors: Sophie Kasmi, Laureline Moser, Stéphanie Gonvers, Olivier Dormond, Nicolas Demartines and Ismail Labgaa
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:36
  2. The prevalence of age-related neurodegenerative diseases has risen in conjunction with an increase in life expectancy. Although there is emerging evidence that air pollution might accelerate or worsen dementia...

    Authors: Jung-Im Shim, Garam Byun and Jong-Tae T. Lee
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:35
  3. Cognitive performances of schoolchildren have been adversely associated with both recent and chronic exposure to ambient air pollution at the residence. In addition, growing evidence indicates that exposure to...

    Authors: Nelly D. Saenen, Tim S. Nawrot, Pauline Hautekiet, Congrong Wang, Harry A. Roels, Payam Dadvand, Michelle Plusquin and Esmée M. Bijnens
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:33
  4. Ozone as an air pollutant is gradually becoming a threat to people's health. However, the effect of ozone exposure on risk of developing diabetes, a fast-growing global metabolic disease, remains controversial.

    Authors: Sirui Yu, Mingzhi Zhang, Jiamin Zhu, Xu Yang, Francis Manyori Bigambo, Antoine M. Snijders, Xu Wang, Weiyue Hu, Wei Lv and Yankai Xia
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:32
  5. Existing evidence on long-term ambient air pollution (AAP) exposure and risk of cardio-respiratory diseases in China is mainly on mortality, and based on area average concentrations from fixed-site monitors fo...

    Authors: Neil Wright, Katherine Newell, Ka Hung Chan, Simon Gilbert, Alex Hacker, Yan Lu, Yu Guo, Pei Pei, Canqing Yu, Jun Lv, Junshi Chen, Liming Li, Om Kurmi, Zhengming Chen, Kin Bong Hubert Lam and Christiana Kartsonaki
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:30
  6. Long-term exposure to air pollution and noise is detrimental to health; but studies that evaluated both remain limited. This study explores associations with natural and cause-specific mortality for a range of...

    Authors: Danielle Vienneau, Massimo Stafoggia, Sophia Rodopoulou, Jie Chen, Richard W. Atkinson, Mariska Bauwelinck, Jochem O. Klompmaker, Bente Oftedal, Zorana J. Andersen, Nicole A. H. Janssen, Rina So, Youn-Hee Lim, Benjamin Flückiger, Regina Ducret-Stich, Martin Röösli, Nicole Probst-Hensch…
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:29
  7. Appalachian Kentucky is a rural area with a high prevalence of asthma among adults. The relative contribution of environmental exposures in the etiology of adult asthma in these populations has been understudied.

    Authors: W. Jay Christian, John Flunker, Beverly May, Susan Westneat, Wayne T. Sanderson, Nancy Schoenberg and Steven R. Browning
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:28
  8. Aging represents a serious health and socioeconomic concern for our society. However, not all people age in the same way and air pollution has been shown to largely impact this process. We explored whether pol...

    Authors: Manuela Campisi, Giuseppe Mastrangelo, Danuta Mielżyńska-Švach, Mirjam Hoxha, Valentina Bollati, Andrea A. Baccarelli, Angela Carta, Stefano Porru and Sofia Pavanello
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:27
  9. Ambient air pollution has been associated with gestational diabetes (GD), but critical windows of exposure and whether maternal pre-existing conditions and other environmental factors modify the associations r...

    Authors: Marcel Miron-Celis, Robert Talarico, Paul J. Villeneuve, Eric Crighton, David M. Stieb, Cristina Stanescu and Éric Lavigne
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:26
  10. The inflammatory responses are central components of diseases associated with particulate matter (PM) exposure, including systemic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases (CVDs). The aim of this study was to ...

    Authors: Alexander Hedbrant, Christopher Engström, Lena Andersson, Daniel Eklund, Håkan Westberg, Alexander Persson and Eva Särndahl
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:25
  11. Authors: Mercè Garí, Rebecca Moos, Daniel Bury, Monika Kasper-Sonnenberg, Agnieszka Jankowska, Aleksandra Andysz, Wojciech Hanke, Dennis Nowak, Stephan Bose-O’Reilly, Holger M. Koch and Kinga Polańska
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:24

    The original article was published in Environmental Health 2021 20:95

  12. Exposure to fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is linked to lung cancer incidence and mortality. However, the impact of PM2.5 exposure on lung cancer patients after lobectomy, which remains the primary treatment for...

    Authors: Changpeng Liu, Dongjian Yang, Yuxi Liu, Heng Piao, Tao Zhang, Xi Li, Erjiang Zhao, Di Zhang, Yan Zheng and Xiance Tang
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:23
  13. Ambient air pollution has been recognized as one of the most important environmental health threats. Exposure in early life may affect pregnancy outcomes and the health of the offspring. The main objective of ...

    Authors: Frida Soesanti, Cuno S. P. M. Uiterwaal, Kees Meliefste, Jie Chen, Bert Brunekreef, Nikmah S. Idris, Diederick E. Grobbee, Kerstin Klipstein-Grobusch and Gerard Hoek
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:22
  14. Chlordecone is a highly persistent organochlorine insecticide that was intensively used in banana fields in the French West Indies, resulting in a widespread contamination. Neurotoxicity of acute exposures in ...

    Authors: Youssef Oulhote, Florence Rouget, Léah Michineau, Christine Monfort, Mireille Desrochers-Couture, Jean-Pierre Thomé, Philippe Kadhel, Luc Multigner, Sylvaine Cordier and Gina Muckle
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:21
  15. Limited data exists suggesting that cumulative exposure to air pollution in the form of fine particulate matter (aerodynamic diameter ≤ 2.5 μm [PM2.5]) may be associated with papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC), al...

    Authors: Philip Crepeau, Zhenyu Zhang, Rhea Udyavar, Lilah Morris-Wiseman, Shyam Biswal, Murugappan Ramanathan Jr and Aarti Mathur
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:20
  16. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are of public health concern, because of their ubiquitous and extremely persistent occurrence, and depending on their structure, their bio-accumulative, mobile and to...

    Authors: Veronika Ehrlich, Wieneke Bil, Rob Vandebriel, Berit Granum, Mirjam Luijten, Birgitte Lindeman, Philippe Grandjean, Andreas-Marius Kaiser, Ingrid Hauzenberger, Christina Hartmann, Claudia Gundacker and Maria Uhl
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:19
  17. Globally, the rapid increase of obesity is reaching alarming proportions. A new approach to reduce obesity and its comorbidities involves tackling the built environment. Environmental influences seem to play a...

    Authors: M. N. S. Figaroa, M. Gielen, L. Casas, R. J. F. Loos, C. Derom, S. Weyers, T. S. Nawrot, M. P. Zeegers and E. M. Bijnens
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:18
  18. The SHAMISEN (Nuclear Emergency Situations - Improvement of Medical And Health Surveillance) European project was conducted in 2015-2017 to review the lessons learned from the experience of past nuclear accide...

    Authors: Enora Cléro, Claire Demoury, Bernd Grosche, Liudmila Liutsko, Yvon Motreff, Takashi Ohba, Deborah Oughton, Philippe Pirard, Agnès Rogel, Thierry Schneider, An Van Nieuwenhuyse, Dominique Laurier and Elisabeth Cardis
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:17
  19. Considerable attention has been paid to reproductive toxicity of fine particulate matter (PM2.5). However, the relationship between prenatal PM2.5 exposure and anogenital distance (AGD) has not been well studied....

    Authors: Xiaoli Shen, Xia Meng, Cuiping Wang, Xiangfeng Chen, Qian Chen, Jing Cai, Jun Zhang, Qianlong Zhang and Lichun Fan
    Citation: Environmental Health 2023 22:16
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. 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
  26. 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

  27. 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
  28. 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

  29. 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

  30. 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

  31. 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

  32. 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

  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. 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
  37. 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
  38. 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
  39. 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
  40. 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
  41. 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
  42. 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
  43. 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
  44. 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

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