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Deering, K.* et al.: Exposure assessment of toxic metals and organochlorine pesticides among employees of a natural history museum. Environ. Res. 184:109271 (2020)
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Liu, K.* et al.: The role of influenza vaccination in mitigating the adverse impact of ambient air pollution on lung function in children: New insights from the Seven Northeastern Cities Study in China. Environ. Res. 187:109624 (2020)
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Markevych, I. et al.: Residing near allergenic trees can increase risk of allergies later in life: LISA Leipzig study. Environ. Res. 191:110132 (2020)
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Oteros, J. et al.: An operational robotic pollen monitoring network based on automatic image recognition. Environ. Res. 191:110031 (2020)
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Padoan, S. et al.: Organic molecular markers and source contributions in a polluted municipality of north-east Italy: Extended PCA-PMF statistical approach. Environ. Res. 186:109587 (2020)
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Rönkkö, T.J.* et al.: Air quality intervention during the Nanjing youth olympic games altered PM sources, chemical composition, and toxicological responses. Environ. Res. 185:109360 (2020)
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Yang, B.-Y. et al.: Ambient air pollution and diabetes: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Environ. Res. 180, accepted (2020)
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Yang, B.Y.* et al.: Ambient air pollution and homocysteine: Current epidemiological evidence and a call for further research. Environ. Res. 187:109679 (2020)
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Jankowska, A.* et al.: Prenatal and early postnatal phthalate exposure and child neurodevelopment at age of 7 years – Polish Mother and Child Cohort. Environ. Res. 177, accepted (2019)
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Jankowska, A.* et al.: Phthalate exposure and neurodevelopmental outcomes in early school age children from Poland. Environ. Res. 179:108829 (2019)
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Rojo, J. et al.: Near-ground effect of height on pollen exposure. Environ. Res. 174, 160-169 (2019)
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Yang, B.-Y.* et al.: Ambient PM1 air pollution, blood pressure, and hypertension: Insights from the 33 Communities Chinese Health Study. Environ. Res. 170, 252-259 (2019)
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Zhao, T. et al.: Ambient ozone exposure and depressive symptoms in adolescents: Results of the GINIplus and LISA birth cohorts. Environ. Res. 170, 73-81 (2019)
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Dzhambov, A.* ; Hartig, T.* ; Markevych, I. ; Tilov, B.* & Dimitrova, D.*: Urban residential greenspace and mental health in youth: Different approaches to testing multiple pathways yield different conclusions. Environ. Res. 160, 47-59 (2018)
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Dzhambov, A.M.* et al.: Multiple pathways link urban green- and bluespace to mental health in young adults. Environ. Res. 166, 223-233 (2018)
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Dzhambov, A.M.* et al.: Pathways linking residential noise and air pollution to mental ill-health in young adults. Environ. Res. 166, 458-465 (2018)
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Erbas, B.* et al.: Critical age windows in the impact of lifetime smoking exposure on respiratory symptoms and disease among ever smokers. Environ. Res. 164, 241-247 (2018)
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Heinrich, J. & Thiering, E.: Ambient air pollution: How much of estimated "prenatal exposure" is truly attributable to pre-birth exposures? Environ. Res. 165, 442-443 (2018)
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Ostro, B.* et al.: Assessing the recent estimates of the global burden of disease for ambient air pollution: Methodological changes and implications for low- and middle-income countries. Environ. Res. 166, 713-725 (2018)
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Tischer, C.* et al.: Urban upbringing and childhood respiratory and allergic conditions: A multi-country holistic study. Environ. Res. 161, 276-283 (2018)