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  • OLESKE DENISE; GOLOMB HARVEY M.; FARBER MARILYN D.; LEVY PAUL S. (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    Oloske, D. (Hematology/Oncology Section, U. of Chicago, Chicago, IL 60637), H. M. Golomb, M. D. Farber, and P. S. Levy. A case-control inquiry into the etiology of hairy cell leukemia. Am J Epidemiol 1985;121:675–83. A ...
  • DODGE RUSSELL; SOLOMON PAUL; MOYERS JARVIS; HAYES CARL (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    This study is a longitudinal comparison of the health of children exposed to markedly different concentrations of sulfur dioxide (SO2 and moderately different concentrations of particulate sulfate (SO4). The four groups ...
  • Winkelstein Warren (The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1995)
    When John Snow undertook the studies of the cholera epidemic of 1854 in London, he was testing his theory of communicable disease, which had been enunciated in an oration delivered at the 80th anniversary of the Medical ...
  • WHITE EMILY; SHY KIRK K.; DALING JANET R. (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    To clarify the nature of the association between respiratory distress syndrome and Cesarean section birth, a study was conducted which compared 273 pre mature (36 weeks or tess) Cesarean-delivered Infants with 341 premature ...
  • TACKET CAROL O.; HARRIS NOREEN; ALLARD JACK; NOLAN CHARLES; NISSINEN AULIKKI; QUAN THOMAS; COHEN MITCHELL L. (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    The authors investigated 50 Yerslnle enterocolltlca Infections during an out break of illness due to contaminated tofu (soybean curd) in Washington State between December 15, 1981 and February 22, 1982. The most common ...
  • CURB J. DAVID; FORD CHARLES E.; PRESSEL SARA; PALMIER MELANIE; BABCOCK CONNIE; HAWKINS MORTON (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    AscertaInment of the vital status of individuals is of central importance to epidemiologic studies which monitor mortality as an end point. Utilizing Identifying Information collected In 1973–1974, the Hypertension Detection ...
  • Stein Aryeh D.; Shea Steven; Basch Charles E.; Zybert Patricia (Oxford University Press, 1992)
    Few studies have examined the relation of blood pressure reactivity to subsequent change in blood pressure of preschool children. The authors investigated relations between measurement-induced reactivity, exercise reactivity, ...
  • IJsselmuiden Carel B.; Gaydos Charlotte; Feighner Brian; Novakoski William L.; Serwadda David; Caris Luis H.; Vlahov David; Comstock George W. (Oxford University Press, 1992)
    A case-control study was done to assess a potential association between drinking water and pancreatic cancer in Washington County, Maryland. Cases of pancreatic cancer occurring from 1975 through 1989 were identified from ...
  • Ley Catherine; Olshen Elyse M.; Reingold Arthur L. (The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1995)
    To identify risk factors for incident Lyme disease in California during the period June 1, 1991 to December 31, 1992, the authors compared the activities of 101 cases of physician-diagnosed erythema migrans ascertained via ...
  • Wilkens Lynne R.; Hankin Jean H.; Yoshizawa Carl N.; Kolonel Laurence N.; Lee James (Oxford University Press, 1992)
    A quantitative history of current dietary intake based on 83 food items was administered by interview to a representative sample of 4,809 subjects in Hawaii in 1977–1979. In 1983–1987, this history was readministered to ...
  • GOEDERT JAMES J.; BIGGAR ROBERT J.; WINN DEBORAH M.; MANN DEAN L.; BYAR DAVID P.; STRONG DOUGLAS M.; DIGIOIA RICHARD A.; GROSSMAN RONALD J.; SANCHEZ WILLIAM C.; KASE RONALD G.; GREENE MARK H.; HOOVER ROBERT N.; BLATTNER WILLIAM A. (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    Goedert, J. J. (Environmental Epidemiology Branch, Nd, Bethesda, MD 20205), R. J. Biggar, D. M. Winn, D. L Mann, D. P. Byar, D. M. Strong, R. A. DiGlola, R. J. Grossman, W. C. Sanchez, R. G. Kase, M. H. Greene, R. N. Hoover, ...
  • GOEDERT JAMES J.; BIGGAR ROBERT J.; WINN DEBORAH M.; MANN DEAN L.; BYAR DAVID P.; STRONG DOUGLAS M.; DIGIOIA RICHARD A.; GROSSMAN RONALD J.; SANCHEZ WILLIAM C.; KASE RONALD G.; GREENE MARK H.; HOOVER ROBERT N.; BLATTNER WILLIAM A. (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    In June 1982, sexual and other behavioral patterns were examined in 245 homosexual men in relationship to T-lymphocyte phenotypes that are character istic of the acquired Immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Mean helper T-cell ...
  • Colantonio A.; Kasl S. V.; Ostfeld A. M. (Oxford University Press, 1992)
    The aim of this paper is to assess the influence of selected psychosocial factors as predictors of stroke incidence in a probability sample of noninstitutionalized elderly. The main psychosocial factor of interest was ...
  • Jackson Rodney; Scragg Robert; Beaglehole Robert (Oxford University Press, 1992)
    This study, conducted in Auckland, New Zealand, over 2 years from March 1986, used a case-control design to investigate the hypothesis that alcohol acutely increases the risk of both nonfatal myocardial infarction and ...
  • Guendelman Sylvia; English Paul B. (The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1995)
    Adverse pregnancy outcomes such as low birth weight are increased among US-born mothers of Mexican descent compared with immigrant mothers born in Mexico. It is unknown whether adverse reproductive outcomes change among ...
  • GARLAND CEDRIC; BARRETT-CONNOR ELIZABETH; SUAREZ LUCINA; CRIQUI MICHAEL H.; WINGARD DEBORAH L. (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    The mortality attributable to lschemlc heart disease as a result of cigarette smoking is greater than that due to lung cancer. Between 1972 and 1974, in a prospective study of a community of older adults in southern ...
  • Ramlow Jonathan; Alexander Michael; LaPorte Ronald; Kaufmann Caroline; Kuller Lewis (Oxford University Press, 1992)
    A late-onset syndrome, consisting of muscle weakness, muscle pain, and unaccustomed fatigue, has been reported with increasing frequency among former poliomyelitis patients. A population-based cohort of poliomyelitis ...
  • GREGORIO DAVID I.; MARSHALL JAMES R.; PRESSEL SARA; ZIELEZNY MARIA (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    If small effects of exposure on disease outcome are to be appropriately assessed, It is necessary to consider all potential sources of the fluctuation of relative odds. The authors consider the impact of differential ...
  • Hook Ernest B.; Regal Ronald R. (The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1995)
    The authors propose a method for adjusting results of log-linear multi-source capture-recapture estimates of total population. The method compares the totals in some subpopulations of known size with estimates derived from ...
  • BYERS TIM; GRAHAM SAXON; RZEPKA THOMAS; MARSHALL JAMES (Oxford University Press, 1985)
    The authors report a case-control study of breast cancer based on an analysis of data collected by interview between the years 1957–1965 from women residing in the communities of Buffalo and Kenmore, New York. Prior ...