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1992 'Congenital malformations and birthweight in areas with potential environmental contamination' Archives of Environmental Health 47, 147-154
1994 'Data linkage to explore the risk of low birthweight associated with maternal proximity to hazardous waste sites from the National Priorities List' Archives of Environmental Health 49, 251-255
"Asthma and Low Level Air Pollution in Helsinki." Archives of Environmental Health, 46, 1991, 262-70.
The study appears in the just-released May/June ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH.
Erickson in the July-August 1979 issue of the Archives of Environmental Health found no significant data suggesting an effect of noise on fetal development in pregnant women who lived near airports.
Rosalind Anderson, reported in the Archives of Environmental Health that mice experience neurotoxic effects--as well as sensory and pulmonary irritation and airflow limitation--in response to fragrance exposure.
So you can take two people with the same exposure levels, and one gets adducts, the other doesn't." Recent findings based on data from more than 1,800 women confirm these results; this report will appear in an upcoming issue of Archives of Environmental Health. The team is continuing to study these issues, focusing on the idea that individuals have different responses to environmental exposures because of their genetic makeup or other factors.
In the July/August 1993 issue of Archives of Environmental Health, Xu confirms that indoor concentrations of [SO.sub.2], particulates, and benzopyrene are frequently much higher than outdoor levels of the same pollutants.
Takizawa (1989), "Dioxins in Cigarette Smoke," Archives of Environmental Health, 44 (3): 171-174.
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