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This study examined cross-sectional and prospective associations of exercise with depressed mood in a community-based sample of older men and women (aged 50–89 years in 1984–1987) in southern California. Regular strenuous exercise and exercise ≥3 times per week were reported; depressed mood...
Few studies address chronic disease risk for Southeast Asians in the United States. In 1999, the authors conducted a cross-sectional study of bone mineral density (BMD) estimated from ultrasonic calcaneal measurements in women born in Southeast Asia who then lived in Chicago, Illinois. The study...
The objective of this study was to measure the prevalence of multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) in British Gulf War veterans and to investigate their association with reported exposures and psychologic morbidity. In 1997–1998, the authors undertook a...
Arsenic is a known carcinogen specifically linked to skin cancer occurrence in regions with highly contaminated drinking water or in individuals who took arsenic-containing medicines. Presently, it is unknown whether such effects occur at environmental levels found in the United States. To...
The Baltimore-Washington Infant Study, a case-control study of congenital heart defects in liveborn infants conducted in 1981–1989, interviewed parents about a wide range of environmental exposures that occurred during and before the pregnancy. In the period 1987–1989, the questionnaire was...
Although perforation of the appendix is considered a risk factor for female tubal infertility, the epidemiologic evidence supporting this relation is inconsistent. Risk factors for tubal infertility were compared for 121 women with documented primary tubal infertility attending in vitro...
Industrial and urban workers may be exposed to significant levels of air pollutants resulting from the incomplete combustion of organic matter. The authors performed a meta-analysis of 13 DNA-adduct studies ( 32 P-DNA postlabeling technique) on occupational cohorts exposed to air pollution. The...
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