Estimating Particulate Matter-Mortality Dose-Response Curves and Threshold Levels: An Analysis of Daily Time-Series for the 20 Largest US Cities
Estimating Particulate Matter-Mortality Dose-Response Curves and Threshold Levels: An Analysis of Daily Time-Series for the 20 Largest US Cities
Racial Disparity in Pregnancy-related Mortality Associated with Livebirth: Can Established Risk Factors Explain it?
Plasma Fibrinogen and Coronary Heart Disease in Urban Japanese
Relations among Chronic Medical Conditions, Medications, and Automobile Crashes in the Elderly: A Population-based Case-Control Study
Patterns of Mammography Use among Hispanic, American Indian, and Non-Hispanic White Women in New Mexico, 1994-1997
Intimate Partner Violence Prevalence Estimation using Telephone Surveys: Understanding the Effect of Nonresponse Bias
Arthritis Prevalence and Place of Birth: Findings from the 1994 Canadian National Population Health Survey
Relation of Childhood Diet and Body Size to Menarche and Adolescent Growth in Girls
Under- and Overreporting of Energy Intake using Urinary Cations as Biomarkers: Relation to Body Mass Index
Relation of Demographic and Lifestyle Factors to Symptoms in a Multi-Racial/Ethnic Population of Women 40-55 Years of Age
Does Improvement in Case Ascertainment Explain the Increase in Sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Since 1970 in the United Kingdom?
Empirical Study of Parental Recall Bias
Estimating Genotype Relative Risks in Case-Parental Control Studies: An Optimal Weighting Approach
RE: "DIFFERENCES IN SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND SURVIVAL AMONG WHITE AND BLACK MEN WITH PROSTATE CANCER"
RE: "DIFFERENCES IN SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND SURVIVAL AMONG WHITE AND BLACK MEN WITH PROSTATE CANCER"
RE: "IMPLICATIONS OF A NEW DIETARY MEASUREMENT ERROR MODEL FOR ESTIMATION OF RELATIVE RISK: APPLICATION TO FOUR CALIBRATION STUDIES"
RE: "IMPLICATIONS OF A NEW DIETARY MEASUREMENT ERROR MODEL FOR ESTIMATION OF RELATIVE RISK: APPLICATION TO FOUR CALIBRATION STUDIES"
RE: "PARENTAL AGE AT CHILD'S BIRTH AND SON'S RISK OF PROSTATE CANCER: THE FRAMINGHAM STUDY"