Collections and Abstracts
Each month EHP publishes peer-reviewed Commentaries, Research, and Reviews from a wide range of scientific disciplines as well as a fully referenced, expert-reviewed News section. EHP Collections pull together previously published content on topics of special interest to our readers, offered as searchable pdf files. EHP also publishes abstracts from selected scientific meetings.
Because children are uniquely sensitive to their environments, EHP devotes a research section each month specifically to issues surrounding children’s environmental health, and each year the October issue is largely devoted to these topics. Our annual Children’s Health Collections comprise peer-reviewed research articles (including reviews and commentaries), news articles, editorials, and podcasts published the preceding October through September. These are divided into larger sections—Disease Outcomes, Exposures, and Methodologies and Populations—with more specific topics within each. Each research article is represented by an abstract, and each title is hyperlinked to the full article on the EHP website. News articles, editorials, and podcasts are listed in sidebars with the related research.
- Children’s Health Collection 2014 (Also available as a 4.6MB PDF)
- Children’s Health Collection 2013 (Also available as a 5.5MB PDF)
- Children’s Health Collection 2012 (4.8MB PDF)
- Children’s Health Collection 2011 (9.5MB PDF)
- Children’s Health Collection 2010 (6.9MB PDF)
Bisphenol A (BPA), one of the highest-volume chemicals produced globally, is found throughout the environment. Many studies have shown BPA to have estrogenic activity in vitro and in vivo, making it a topic of ongoing interest to the toxicology and regulatory communities. The BPA Collection includes abstracts of dozens of BPA-related Commentaries, Reviews, and Research Articles published between 2007 and 2011. Each title is hyperlinked to the full article on the EHP website. This collection is divided into four sections—Toxicology, Epidemiology, Exposure, and Regulatory Science.
- BPA Collection (4.2MB PDF)
The International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) is an international organization with members from more than 60 countries and regional chapters and local groups in Latin America, the Mediterranean, Europe, and East Asia. EHP is pleased to present the abstracts for these ISEE conferences:
From Local to Global: Advancing Science for Policy in Environmental Health
24–28 August 2014
Environment and Health—Bridging South, North, East and West (with ISES and ISIAQ)
19–23 August 2013
23rd Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology
13–16 September 2011
The Children’s Environmental Health Network (CEHN) is a national multidisciplinary organization whose mission is to protect the developing child from environmental health hazards and promote a healthier environment. CEHN’s 20th anniversary conference, The Contribution of Epigenetics in Pediatric Environmental Health, includes keynote addresses, mini-symposia, and posters. Topics for the conference include:
- Developmental Stressors
- Developmental Origins of Disease
- Role of Nutrition
- Critical Windows of Early Exposure and Sensitivity
- Effects of Prenatal Exposures
- Future Directions and Policy Implications
- CEHN Conference (5.5MB PDF)
CEHN August 2015 Article of the Month“Ambient Heat and Sudden Infant Death: A Case-Crossover Study Spanning 30 years in Montreal, Canada” (DOI:10.1289/ehp.1307960) has been selected by the Children’s Environmental Health Network (CEHN) as its August 2015 Article of the Month. These CEHN summaries discuss the potential policy implications of current children’s environmental health research.
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Recent Advance Publications
Traffic-Related Air Pollution and Dementia Incidence in Northern Sweden: A Longitudinal Study
Multiple Trigger Points for Quantifying Heat-Health Impacts: New Evidence from a Hot Climate
Environmental Chemicals in Urine and Blood: Improving Methods for Creatinine and Lipid Adjustment
Satellite-Based Spatiotemporal Trends in PM2.5 Concentrations: China, 2004–2013
Desert Dust Outbreaks in Southern Europe: Contribution to Daily PM10 Concentrations and Short-Term Associations with Mortality and Hospital Admissions