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Psychiatric Epidemiology: Reducing the Global Burden of Mental Illness
Pregnancy Disorders That Lead to Delivery Before the 28th Week of Gestation: An Epidemiologic Approach to Classification
Invited Commentary: Disaggregating Preterm Birth to Determine Etiology
McElrath et al. Respond to “Disaggregating Preterm Birth”
Dose-Response Associations Between Maternal Smoking During Pregnancy and Subsequent Childhood Obesity: Effect Modification by Maternal Race/Ethnicity in a Low-Income US Cohort
Child-to-Adult Body Mass Index and Height Trajectories: A Comparison of 2 British Birth Cohorts
The Association of Coronary Artery Calcification and Carotid Artery Intima-Media Thickness With Distinct, Traditional Coronary Artery Disease Risk Factors in Asymptomatic Adults
Intakes of Fruit, Vegetables, and Specific Botanical Groups in Relation to Lung Cancer Risk in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study
Comparison of Statistical Methods for Estimating Genetic Admixture in a Lung Cancer Study of African Americans and Latinos
Prediagnostic Adiponectin Concentrations and Pancreatic Cancer Risk in Male Smokers
Characteristics of Perpetrators in Homicide-Followed-by-Suicide Incidents: National Violent Death Reporting System—17 US States, 2003–2005
The Association Between Water Supply and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Based on a 1990–1993 Cohort Study in Southeastern Norway
What Do Case-Control Studies Estimate? Survey of Methods and Assumptions in Published Case-Control Research
Using Time-Use Data to Parameterize Models for the Spread of Close-Contact Infectious Diseases
RE: “PREDICTORS OF THE TIMING OF NATURAL MENOPAUSE IN THE MULTIETHNIC COHORT STUDY”
RE: “PREDICTORS OF THE TIMING OF NATURAL MENOPAUSE IN THE MULTIETHNIC COHORT STUDY”
RE: “RISK OF ORAL CLEFTS IN RELATION TO PREPREGNANCY WEIGHT CHANGE AND INTERPREGNANCY INTERVAL”
RE: “RISK OF ORAL CLEFTS IN RELATION TO PREPREGNANCY WEIGHT CHANGE AND INTERPREGNANCY INTERVAL”
RE: “PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSES IN HISTORIC AND CONTEMPORARY MILITARY COHORTS: COMBAT DEPLOYMENT AND THE HEALTHY WARRIOR EFFECT”
RE: “PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSES IN HISTORIC AND CONTEMPORARY MILITARY COHORTS: COMBAT DEPLOYMENT AND THE HEALTHY WARRIOR EFFECT”
RE: “PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSES IN HISTORIC AND CONTEMPORARY MILITARY COHORTS: COMBAT DEPLOYMENT AND THE HEALTHY WARRIOR EFFECT”
RE: “PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSES IN HISTORIC AND CONTEMPORARY MILITARY COHORTS: COMBAT DEPLOYMENT AND THE HEALTHY WARRIOR EFFECT”