Topics in Environmental Epidemiology.Kyle Steenland and David A. Savitz, Eds. (1997)
This volume is a comprehensive survey of the epidemiology of common environmental exposures. It covers diet, water, particulates in outdoor air, nitrogen dioxide nitrogen dioxide
A poisonous brown gas, NO2, often found in smog and automobile exhaust fumes and synthesized for use as a nitrating agent, a catalyst, and an oxidizing agent.
Noun 1. , ozone, environmental tobacco smoke environmental tobacco smoke (ETS/passive smoke),
n the gaseous by-product of burning tobacco products, including but not limited to commercially manufactured cigarettes and cigars; contains toxic elements harmful to the health of adults and children , radon in homes, electromagnetic fields electromagnetic field
Property of space caused by the motion of an electric charge. A stationary charge produces an electric field in the surrounding space. If the charge is moving, a magnetic field is also produced. A changing magnetic field also produces an electric field. , and lead. Design and analysis issues, risk assessment and meta-analysis, and future directions in environmental epidemiology also are discussed. Each chapter reviews the relevant literature and provides an overview of important methodological issues, particularly exposure assessment and statistical methods.
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