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TSH was positively correlated with years of GLSCF consumption after controlling for age, BMI, and medication use and after further control for alcohol and smoking, reproductive variables, PCB level, or DDE level.
FTI remained significantly and inversely associated with PCBs and total GLSCF meals in premenopausal and postmenopausal women and with years eating GLSCF in premenopausal women.
However, the associations of [T.sub.4] with PCBs, years eating GLSCF, and GLSCF meals were stronger in women with BMI below the median level.
TSH was negatively associated with years of GLSCF consumption after adjusting for age, BMI, and medication use and with further adjustment for alcohol and smoking intake or DDE level, but not after further control for PCB level.
[T.sub.4] and [T.sub.3] uptake were significantly associated with total GLSCF meals only after adjustment for alcohol and smoking, age, BMI, and medications.
Testosterone was significantly associated with PCB level only after control for total GLSFC meals, years eating GLSCF, age, BMI, and medication.
Testosterone was positively correlated with total GLSCF meals after adjusting for age, BMI, and medications.
In men with low BMI, but not high BMI, the association of testosterone with total GLSCF meals and the inverse associations of SHBG-bound testosterone with PCBs and years eating GLSCF were significant, whereas the inverse association of SHBG-bound testosterone with years eating SCF was of borderline significance.
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