Confounding by Indication: An Example of Variation in the Use of Epidemiologic Terminology
Logistic Regression Analysis for More than One Characteristic of Exposure
Alcohol Intake, Beverage Preference, and Risk of Hip Fracture in Men and Women
Association of Race and Other Potential Risk Factors with Nonvertebral Fractures in Community-dwelling Elderly Women
Primary Liver Cancer, Other Malignancies, and Mortality Risks following Porphyria: A Cohort Study in Denmark and Sweden
Estimating the Prevalence of Multiple Sclerosis in the United Kingdom by Using Capture-Recapture Methodology
Estimates of the Annual Number of Clinically Recognized Pregnancies in the United States, 1981-1991
Influence of Parental Smoking on Respiratory Symptoms during the First Decade of Life
Serum Dioxin and Immunologic Response in Veterans of Operation Ranch Hand
Diabetes and Hypertension in Mexican American Families: Relation to Cardiovascular Risk
Increasing Response Rates for Mailed Surveys of Medicaid Clients and Other Low-income Populations
Comparison of Methods for Classifying Hispanic Ethnicity in a Population-based Cancer Registry
RE: "THE LEGACY OF EPIDEMIOLOGY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE: A COMMEMORATION OF THE SESQUICENTENNIAL OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES," "CURRENT PROBLEMS THAT ARE LIKELY TO AFFECT THE FUTURE OF EPIDEMIOLOGY," AND "TOWARD AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY"
RE: "THE LEGACY OF EPIDEMIOLOGY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE: A COMMEMORATION OF THE SESQUICENTENNIAL OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES," "CURRENT PROBLEMS THAT ARE LIKELY TO AFFECT THE FUTURE OF EPIDEMIOLOGY," AND "TOWARD AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY"
RE: "SEX DIFFERENCES IN RISK FACTORS FOR CLINICAL DIABETES MELLITUS IN A GENERAL POPULATION: A 12-YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF THE FINNMARK STUDY"
RE: "EATING PATTERNS AND RISK OF COLON CANCER"
RE: "TUBERCULIN SKIN TESTING AMONG ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED YOUTH IN A FEDERALLY FUNDED JOB TRAINING PROGRAM"