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Articles from Environmental Health Perspectives (June 1, 2003)

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"Dutch girls and boys: response from Vreugdenhil et al. (Correspondence). Weisglas-Kuperus, Nynke 868
"Linking PCBs to play behaviors of Dutch girls and boys": Vreugdenhil et al.'s response. (Correspondence). Weisglas-Kuperus, Nynke 691
100th Research Brief published. (NIEHS News). Dooley, Erin E. 248
A new target of DNA instability: repeat expansions. (Genetics). Phelps, Jerry 386
Adverse health effects of biphenyl A in early life. (Correspondence). Heinze, John E. 503
Adverse health effects of bisphenol A: Chahoud's response. (Correspondence). Chahoud, Ibrahim 695
Airborne particles of the California Central valley alter the lungs of healthy adult rats. (Research). Pinkerton, Kent E. 8325
Association between arsenic exposure from a coal-burning power plant and urinary arsenic concentrations in Prievidza District, Slovakia. (Research). Nieuwenhuijsen, Mark J 7623
Asthma case won in Japan. (The Beat). Dooley, Erin E. 111
Body of evidence. (Focus). Weinhold, Bob 3686
Border 2012. (The Beat). Dooley, Erin E. 88
Building civic health. (Spheres of Influence). Tibbetts, John 2260
Calendar. (Announcements). 2202
Chemical analysis of World Trade Center fine particulate matter for use in toxicologic assessment. (World Trade Center: mini-monograph). Gavett, Stephen H. 10609
Childhood leukemia: electric and magnetic fields as possible risk factors. (Workshop Summary). Weaver, James C. 9666
Chlorination by-products in drinking water and menstrual cycle function. (Environmental Medicine). Swan, Shanna 8984
Climate Change Policy: a Survey. Martens, Pim 498
Community Outreach and Education Program. (NIEHS Extramural Update). 475
Correction. 100
Critique of Vreugdenhil et al.'s study linking PCBs to the play behaviors of Dutch girls and boys. (Correspondence). Kaufman, Alan S. 1000
Crystallographic analysis of a hydroxylated polychlorinated biphenyl (OH-PCB) bound to the catalytic estrogen binding site of human estrogen sulfotransferase. (Research). Negishi, Masahiko 3995
Cytopathology of the nasal mucosa in chronic exposure to diesel engine emission: a five-year survey of Swiss customs officers. (Environmental Medicine). Gebbers, Jan-Olaf 3749
Disparities in exposure to air pollution during pregnancy. (Children's Health). Schoendorf, Kenneth C. 6123
Dutch girls and boys, PCB levels, and play behavior: what do the data really tell us? (Correspondence). Cicchetti, Domenic V. 856
Environmental public health tracking. (EHPnet). Dooley, Erin E. 592
Exposure assessment of particulate matter for susceptible populations in Seattle. (Research). Wallace, Lance 11901
Far-reaching effects of fine particles. (Air Pollution). Potera, Carol 502
Fellowships, grants, & awards. (Announcements). 2520
Genes and environment: a SNPshot. (NIEHS News). Adler, Tina 982
Geology and health. (Research Initiatives). Adler, Tina 532
Increased concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls, hexachlorobenzene, and chlordanes in mothers of men with testicular cancer. (Environmental medicine: article). Kolmert, Torgny 5356
Influence of airspace geometry and surfactant on the retention of man-made vitreous fibers (MMVF 10a). (Research). Schurch, Samuel 6248
Insecticidal juvenile hormone analogs stimulate the production of male offspring in the crustacean Daphnia magna. (Research). LeBlanc, Gerald A. 5196
Interrelationships between the precautionary principle, prediction strategies, and sustainable use of the planet. (commentary). Cairns, John, Jr. 4907
It's all in the mix: proving adverse effects of fine and ultrafine PM. (Science Selections). Hood, Ernie 633
Liking lichens even more. (The Beat). Dooley, Erin E. 103
Maternal serum dioxin levels and birth outcomes in women of Seveso, Italy. (Children's Health). Patterson, Donald G., Jr. 8260
Muddy waters for GM fish. (The Beat). Dooley, Erin E. 135
Nerve cell damage in mammalian brain after exposure to microwaves from GSM mobile phones. (Research). Persson, Bertil R.R. 2824
New books. (Announcements). 552
Organochlorines, lead, and mercury in Akwesasne Mohawk youth. (Children's Health). Worswick, Priscilla 11342
Restoring the foundation: tracking chemical exposures and human health. (Guest Editorial). De Rosa, Christopher T. 1528
Shorter cycles: trihalomethanes and menstruation. (Science Selections). Medlin, Jennifer 599
Slovakia inks first Kyoto deal. (The Beat). Dooley, Erin E. 91
Study talks: rat brain damage from mobile phone use. (Science Selections). Hood, Ernie 526
The deregulation debate. (Energy). Black, Harvey 430
The environment as a cornerstone of public health. (Editorial). Rosenstock, Linda 1299
The risk where you live. (Innovations). Schmidt, Charles W. 2356
Tobacco's secret weapon. (Molecular Biology). Brown, Valerie J. 676
Too many home alone? (The Beat). Dooley, Erin E. 125
World Trade Center fine particulate matter causes respiratory tract hyperresponsiveness in mice. (World Trade Center: mini-monograph). Costa, Daniel L. 11774
World Trade Center fine particulate matter--chemistry and toxic respiratory effects: an overview. (World Trade Center: mini-monograph). Gavett, Stephen H. 1175

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