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Clean air in Europe for all: A call for more ambitious action

Boogaard, Hanna; Andersen, Zorana Jovanovic; Brunekreef, Bert; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 7(2):e245, April 2023.

Geographical Variations of the Minimum Mortality Temperature at a Global Scale: A Multicountry Study

Tobías, Aurelio; Hashizume, Masahiro; Honda, Yasushi; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 5(5):e169, October 2021.

Advancing tools for human early lifecourse exposome research and translation (ATHLETE): Project overview

Vrijheid, Martine; Basagaña, Xavier; Gonzalez, Juan R.; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 5(5):e166, October 2021.

Environmental risk factors for reduced kidney function due to undetermined cause in India: an environmental epidemiologic analysis

Hamilton, Sophie A.; Jarhyan, Prashant; Fecht, Daniela; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 5(5):e170, October 2021.

Applying the exposome concept to working life health: The EU EPHOR project

Pronk, Anjoeka; Loh, Miranda; Kuijpers, Eelco; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 6(2):e185, April 2022.

Prenatal organophosphate ester exposure and executive function in Norwegian preschoolers

Hall, Amber M.; Keil, Alexander P.; Choi, Giehae; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 7(3):e251, June 2023.

LongITools: Dynamic longitudinal exposome trajectories in cardiovascular and metabolic noncommunicable diseases

Ronkainen, Justiina; Nedelec, Rozenn; Atehortua, Angelica; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 6(1):e184, February 2022.

Applying principal component pursuit to investigate the association between source-specific fine particulate matter and myocardial infarction hospitalizations in New York City

Tao, Rachel H.; Chillrud, Lawrence G.; Nunez, Yanelli; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 7(2):e243, April 2023.

Wildfire particulate matter in Shasta County, California and respiratory and circulatory disease-related emergency department visits and mortality, 2013–2018

Casey, Joan A.; Kioumourtzoglou, Marianthi-Anna; Elser, Holly; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 5(1):e124, February 2021.

The EXIMIOUS project—Mapping exposure-induced immune effects: connecting the exposome and the immunome

Ronsmans, Steven; Hougaard, Karin Sørig; Nawrot, Tim S.; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 6(1):e193, February 2022.

Maternal exposure to PM2.5 during pregnancy and asthma risk in early childhood: Consideration of phases of fetal lung development

Hazlehurst, Marnie F.; Carroll, Kecia N.; Loftus, Christine T.; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 5(2):e130, April 2021.

Associations between early-life exposure to PM2.5 and reductions in childhood lung function in two North American longitudinal pregnancy cohort studies

Rosa, Maria José; Lamadrid-Figueroa, Hector; Alcala, Cecilia; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 7(1):e234, February 2023.

Prenatal exposure to nitrate from drinking water and the risk of preterm birth: A Danish nationwide cohort study

Coffman, Vanessa R.; Søndergaard Jensen, Anja; Trabjerg, Betina B.; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 6(5):e223, October 2022.

Fine particulate pollution concentration in Addis Ababa exceeds the WHO guideline value: Results of 3 years of continuous monitoring and health impact assessment

Kumie, Abera; Worku, Alemayehu; Tazu, Zelalem; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 5(3):e155, June 2021.

Vanadium in groundwater aquifers increases the risk of MAC pulmonary infection in O’ahu, Hawai’i

Lipner, Ettie M.; French, Joshua P.; Nelson, Stephen; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 6(5):e220, October 2022.

Early environmental quality and life-course mental health effects: The Equal-Life project

Kamp, Irene van; Persson Waye, Kerstin; Kanninen, Katja; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 6(1):e183, February 2022.

Ambient air pollution and lung cancer risk among never-smokers in the Women's Health Initiative

Gowda, Shilpa N.; DeRoos, Anneclaire J.; Hunt, Rebecca P.; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 3(6):e076, December 2019.

Developing the building blocks to elucidate the impact of the urban exposome on cardiometabolic-pulmonary disease: The EU EXPANSE project

Vlaanderen, Jelle; de Hoogh, Kees; Hoek, Gerard; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 5(4):e162, August 2021.

Spatial variations in the estimated production of reactive oxygen species in the epithelial lung lining fluid by iron and copper in fine particulate air pollution

Weichenthal, Scott; Shekarrizfard, Maryam; Kulka, Ryan; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 2(3):e020, September 2018.

Prenatal exposure to multiple organochlorine compounds and childhood body mass index

Colicino, Elena; Margetaki, Katerina; Valvi, Damaskini; More

Environmental Epidemiology. 6(3):e201, June 2022.