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MacIntyre, E.A. et al.: Residential air pollution and otitis media during the first two years of life. Epidemiology 22, 81-89 (2011)
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Berglind, N.* et al.: Ambient air pollution and daily mortality among survivors of myocardial infarction. Epidemiology 20, 110-118 (2009)
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Jacquemin, B.* et al.: Home outdoor NO₂ and new onset of self-reported asthma in adults. Epidemiology 20, 119-126 (2009)
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von Klot, S. et al.: Elemental carbon exposure at residence and survival after acute myocardial infarction. Epidemiology 20, 547-554 (2009)
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von Klot, S. ; Zanobetti, A.* & Schwartz, J.*: Influenza epidemics, seasonality, and the effects of cold weather on cardiovascular mortality. Epidemiology 20, S252-S252 (2009)
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Götschi, T.* ; Heinrich, J. ; Sunyer, J.* & Künzli, N.*: Long-term effects of ambient air pollution on lung function: A review. Epidemiology 19, 690-701 (2008)
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Schneider, A.E. et al.: Air temperature and inflammatory responses in myocardial infarction survivors. Epidemiology 19, 391-400 (2008)
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Lubin, J. H.* ; Caporaso, N.* ; Wichmann, H.-E. ; Schaffrath Rosario, A.* & Alavanja, M.C. R.*: Cigarette smoking and lung cancer: Modeling effect modification of total exposure and intensity. Epidemiology 18, 639-648 (2007)
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Gehring, U. et al.: Long-term exposure to ambient air pollution and cardiopulmonary mortality in woman. Epidemiology 17, 545-551 (2006)
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Holle, R. et al.: Prolonged recruitment efforts in health surveys: Effects on response, cost and potential bias. Epidemiology 17, 639-643 (2006)
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Slama, R.* ; Morgenstern, V. ; Bouyer, J.* & Heinrich, J.: Exposure to traffic-related atmospheric pollutants during pregnancy and term birth weight: A cohort study relying on a stochastic exposure model. Epidemiology 17, (Suppl.), S. 129 (2006)
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Slama, R.* et al.: Relation between atmospheric pollutants and head circumference in utero and at birth: A cohort study relying on ultrasound imaging during pregnancy. Epidemiology 17, (Suppl.), 129-130 (2006)
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Wjst, M.: Anonymizing personal identifiers in genetic epidemiologic studies. Epidemiology 16, 131 S. (2005)
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Barnett, A.G.* ; Dobson, A.J.* & WHO MONICA Project (Bolte, H.-D. ; Gostomzyk, J.G. ; Hörmann, A. ; Löwel, H.): Is the increase in coronary events on mondays an artifact? Epidemiology 15, 583-588 (2004)
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Peters, A.: Susceptible Subgroups: The Challenge of Studying interactions. Epidemiology 15, 1-2 (2004)
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Brauer, M.* et al.: Estimating Long-Term Average Particulate Air Pollution Concentrations : Application of Traffic Indicators and Geographic Information Systems. Epidemiology 14, 228-239 (2003)
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Kreuzer, M. et al.: Residential Radon and Risk of Lung Cancer in Eastern Germany. Epidemiology 14, 559-568 (2003)
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Heinrich, J. et al.: Improved Air Quality in Reunified Germany and Decreases in Respiratory Symptoms. Epidemiology 13, 394-401 (2002)
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Peters, A. et al.: Air Pollution and Incidence of Cardiac Arrhytmia. Epidemiology 11, 11-17 (2000)
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Pohlabeln, H.* et al.: Occupational Risks for Lung Cancer among Nonsmokers. Epidemiology 11, 532-538 (2000)