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Hicks, B.* et al.: Roles of allostatic load, lifestyle and clinical risk factors in mediating the association between education and coronary heart disease risk in Europe. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 75, 1147-1154 (2021)
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Veronesi, G.* et al.: Decomposing the educational gradient in allostatic load across European populations. What matters the most: Differentials in exposure or in susceptibility? J. Epidemiol. Community Health 74, 1008-1015 (2020)
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Finke, I.* et al.: Socioeconomic differences and lung cancer survival in Germany: Differences in Therapy and clinical prognostic factors. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 73, A77-A77 (2019)
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Rospleszcz, S. et al.: Temporal trends in cardiovascular risk factors and performance of the Framingham Risk Score and the Pooled Cohort Equations. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 73, 19-25 (2019)
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Bozorgmehr, K.* ; Razum, O.* ; Szecsenyi, J.* ; Maier, W. & Stock, C.*: Regional deprivation is associated with the distribution of vulnerable asylum seekers: A nationwide small area analysis in Germany. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 71, 857-862 (2017)
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Ferrario, M.M.* et al.: Determinants of social inequalities in stroke incidence across Europe: A collaborative analysis of 126 635 individuals from 48 cohort studies. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 71, 1210-1216 (2017)
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Bozorgmehr, K.* et al.: Social disparities in disease management programmes for coronary heart disease in Germany: A cross-classified multilevel analysis. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 69, 1091-1101 (2015)
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Zanobetti, A.* & Peters, A.: Disentangling interactions between atmospheric pollution and weather. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 69, 613-615 (2015)
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Fuertes, E. et al.: Greenness and allergies: Evidence of differential associations in two areas in Germany. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 68, 787-790 (2014)
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Schipf, S.* et al.: Regional differences in the incidence of self-reported type 2 diabetes in Germany: Results from five population-based studies in Germany (DIAB-CORE Consortium) J. Epidemiol. Community Health 68, 1088-1095 (2014)
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Fahey, M.T.* et al.: Identifying dietary patterns using a normal mixture model: Application to the EPIC study. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 66, 89-94 (2012)
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Peters, A. ; Hoek, G.* & Katsouyanni, K.*: Understanding the link between environmental exposures and health: Does the exposome promise too much? J. Epidemiol. Community Health 66, 103-105 (2012)
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Holzapfel, C. et al.: First investigation of two obesity-related loci (TMEM18, FTO) concerning their association with educational level as well as income: The MONICA/KORA study. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 65, 174-176 (2011)
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Kowall, B.* et al.: Socioeconomic status is not associated with type 2 diabetes incidence in an elderly population in Germany: KORA S4/F4 Cohort Study. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 65, 606-612 (2011)
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Kunrath, S. ; Baumert, J.J. & Ladwig, K.-H.: Increasing railway suicide acts after media coverage of a fatal railway accident? An ecological study of 747 suicidal acts. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 65, 825-828 (2011)
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Antova, T.* et al.: Exposure to indoor mould and children's respiratory health in the PATY study. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 62, 708-714 (2008)
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Jacquemin, B.* et al.: Association between annoyance and individuals' values of nitrogen dioxide in a European setting. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 62:e12 (2008)
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Barnett, A.G.* et al.: Cold periods and coronary events: An analysis of populations worldwide. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 59, 551-557 (2005)
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Cavelaars, A.E.* et al.: Differences in self reported morbidity by educational level: A comparison of 11 western European countries. J. Epidemiol. Community Health 52, 219-227 (1998)