A Double Robust Approach to Causal Effects in Case-Control Studies
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Rose and van der Laan Respond to “Some Advantages of the Relative Excess Risk due to Interaction”
Spousal Loss and Cognitive Function in Later Life
Temporal Relationship Between Uric Acid Concentration and Risk of Diabetes in a Community-based Study Population
Trends in Alcohol and Other Drugs Detected in Fatally Injured Drivers in the United States, 1999–2010
The Association of Early Life Supplemental Nutrition With Lean Body Mass and Grip Strength in Adulthood
Intake of Long-Chain ω-3 Fatty Acids From Diet and Supplements in Relation to Mortality
Gallstones, Cholecystectomy, and Risk of Digestive System Cancers
Residential Agricultural Pesticide Exposures and Risk of Neural Tube Defects and Orofacial Clefts Among Offspring in the San Joaquin Valley of California
Using Natural Language Processing to Improve Efficiency of Manual Chart Abstraction in Research
Invited Commentary
Carrell et al. Respond to “Observational Research and the EHR”
Comparison of Random Forest and Parametric Imputation Models for Imputing Missing Data Using MICE
Assessment of the “Case-Chaos” Design as an Adjunct to the Case-Control Design
Association Between Questionnaire- and Accelerometer-Assessed Physical Activity
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