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National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences


National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences is a book publisher. Some of the books published by National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences include The association between asthma and allergic symptoms in children and phthalates in house dust: a nested case-control study.(Children's Health / Article): ... from: Environmental Health Perspectives, Low-level environmental lead exposure and children's intellectual function: an international pooled analysis.(Research / Children's Health): An article from: Environmental Health Perspectives, Can lessons from public health disease surveillance be applied to environmental public health tracking?(Commentary): An article from: Environmental Health Perspectives, and Acute infections and environmental exposure to organochlorines in inuit infants from Nunavik.(Environmental Medicine / Article): An article from: Environmental Health Perspectives.

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1. Home dampness and molds, parental atopy, and asthma in childhood: a six-...
    Author: Jouni J.K. Jaakkola, Niina Jaakkola, Bing-Fang Hwang
(Unknown)  03/01/2005
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2. The association between asthma and allergic symptoms in children and pht...
    Author: Carl-Gustaf Bornehag, Linda Hagerhed-Engman, Mikael Hasselgren, Bjorn Lundgren, Torben Sigsgaard, Charles J. Weschler, Jan Sundell
(Unknown)  10/01/2004
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3. Low-level environmental lead exposure and children's intellectual functi...
    Author: Bruce P. Lanphear, Kimberly Yolton, Jane Khoury, Kim N. Dietrich, Joseph Graziano, Gail Wasserman, Lourdes Schnaas, Herbert L. Needleman, Stephen J. Rothenberg, Tom Greene, Robert Bornschein, Richard L. Canfield, David C. Bellinger, Peter Baghurst, Richard Hornung
(Unknown)  07/01/2005
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4. Can lessons from public health disease surveillance be applied to enviro...
    Author: Beate Ritz, John Balmes, Ira Tager
(Unknown)  03/01/2005
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5. Acute infections and environmental exposure to organochlorines in inuit ...
    Author: Frederic Dallaire, Pierre Ayotte, Joseph L. Jacobson, Sandra W. Jacobson, Carole Vezina, Gina Muckle, Eric Dewailly
(Unknown)  10/01/2004
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6. Children's exposure to volatile organic compounds as determined by longi...
    Author: John L. Adgate, Ken Sexton, Andrew D. Ryan, Ann L. Fredrickson, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Larry L. Needham, David L. Ashley, Timothy R. Church
(Unknown)  03/01/2005
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7. Asthma and farm exposures in a cohort of rural Iowa children.(Children's...
    Author: James A. Merchant, Elizabeth A. Chrischilles, Wayne T. Sanderson, Stephen J. Reynolds, Peter S. Thorne, Craig D. Taylor, Ann M. Stromquist, Leon F. Burmeister, Kevin M. Kelly, Erik R. Svendsen, Allison L. Naleway
(Unknown)  03/01/2005
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8. Racial differences in exposure to environmental tobacco smoke among chil...
    Author: Bruce P. Lanphear, Stephen E. Wilson, Jane Khoury, Robert S. Kahn
(Unknown)  03/01/2005
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9. Pulmonary effects of indoor- and outdoor-generated particles in children...
    Author: Jane Q. Koenig, L.-Jane S. Liu, Timothy V. Larson, Carol A. Trenga, Jeffrey H. Sullivan, Thomas Lumley, Karen Jansen, Ryan W. Allen, Therese F. Mar
(Unknown)  04/01/2005
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10. Variation in organophosphate pesticide metabolites in urine of children ...
    Author: William E. Lambert, Linda McCauley, Juanita Santana, Joan Rothlein, Jennifer Scherer, Juan Muniz, Michael Lasarev
(Unknown)  04/01/2005
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11. Challenging assumptions about lead and IQ: effects increase, not decreas...
    Author: Bob Weinhold
(Unknown)  05/01/2005
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12. IQ and blood lead from 2 to 7 years of age: are the effects in older chi...
    Author: Aimin Chen, Walter J. Rogan, Jerilynn Radcliffe, James H. Ware, Kim N. Dietrich
(Unknown)  05/01/2005
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13. Arsenic on the hands of children.(Perspectives / Correspondence): An art...
    Author: John C. Kissel
(Unknown)  06/01/2005
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14. Triple threat activates neurons.(Neurology): An article from: Environmen...
    Author: Carol Potera
(Unknown)  06/01/2005
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15. A safer mosquito treatment? Minimizing deltamethrin risks to children.(E...
    Author: David J. Tenenbaum
(Unknown)  06/01/2005
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16. The arsenic differential: metabolism varies between children and adults....
    Author: Tina Adler
(Unknown)  06/01/2005
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17. Environmental health assessment of deltamethrin in a malarious area of M...
    Author: Maria D. Ortiz-Perez, Fernando Diaz-Barriga, Jose Perez-Urizar, Flavio Martinez, Ivan N. Perez-Maldonado, C. Carranza, M. Grimaldo, Olga D. Lopez-Guzman, Lilia E. Batres, Arturo Torres-Dosal
(Unknown)  06/01/2005
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18. Maternal exposure to occupational solvents and childhood leukemia.(Child...
    Author: Claire Infante-Rivard, Jack Siemiatycki, Louise Nadon, Ramzan Lakhani
(Unknown)  06/01/2005
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19. Blood lead level and risk of asthma.(Research / Children's Health): An a...
    Author: Christine L.M. Joseph, Christine Cole Johnson, Charles Barone, Michael J., Jr. McCabe, Mary Maliarik, Edward L. Peterson, Dennis R. Ownby, Suzanne Havstad
(Unknown)  07/01/2005
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20. Risk of brain tumors in children and susceptibility to organophosphorus ...
    Author: Susan Searles Nielsen, Harvey Checkoway, Federico M. Farin, Hannah-Malia A. Viernes, Anneclaire J. De Roos, Beth A. Mueller
(Unknown)  07/01/2005
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21. The relationship between levels of PCBs and pesticides in human hair and...
    Author: Larisa Altshul, Russ Hauser, Adrian Covaci
(Unknown)  08/01/2004
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22. The opposite of obesity: undernutrition overwhelms the world's children....
    Author: Carol Potera
(Unknown)  10/01/2004
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23. Sweet candy, bitter poison.(Lead): An article from: Environmental Health...
    Author: Jennifer Medlin
(Unknown)  10/01/2004
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24. Farm chore checkup.(Agriculture): An article from: Environmental Health ...
    Author: Julia R. Barrett
(Unknown)  10/01/2004
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25. Arsenic on the hands of children after playing in playgrounds.(Children'...
    Author: Elena Kwon, X. Chris Le, Xing-Fang Li, Stephan Gabos, Nelson Fok, Xiufen Lu, Gian S. Jhangri, Zhongwen Wang, Hongquan Zhang
(Unknown)  10/01/2004
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