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Issue 6 | June
Science Selection
10.1289/EHP2099

Another Side of a Low-Salt Diet: Reductions in the Salinity of Drinking Water May Lower Blood Pressure

Charles W. Schmidt

Issue 6 | June
Science Selection
10.1289/EHP2092

Up in the Air: Does Ground-Level Ozone Trigger Kawasaki Disease?

Lindsey Konkel

Issue 6 | June
Science Selection
10.1289/EHP2094

Glycol Ethers and Neurodevelopment: Investigating the Impact of Prenatal Exposures

Nate Seltenrich

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 4 | April
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A71

Way to Go: Identifying Routes for Walkers and Cyclists to Avoid Air Pollutants

Carol Potera

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 4 | April
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A73

A Satellite–Ground Hybrid Approach: Relative Risks for Exposures to PM2.5 Estimated from a Combination of Data Sources

Nate Seltenrich

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 4 | April
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A74

A Blend of Old and New: Biomonitoring Methods to Study the Exposome

Rachel Cernansky

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 4 | April
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A72

Programming the Future: Epigenetics in the Context of DOHaD

Julie R. Barrett

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 3 | March
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A61

Phytoestrogens in Soy Infant Formula: Association with DNA Methylation in Girls Has Unknown Implications

Nate Seltenrich

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 3 | March
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A60

Your Grandchildren’s Pollen? Modeling the Future of Ragweed Sensitization in Europe

Charles W. Schmidt

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 3 | March
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A58

The “Typical” Asian Diet Is Anything But: Differences in Dietary Exposure to Metals among Subgroups of U.S. Asians

Lindsey Konkel

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 2 | February
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A41

Catching Up with Popular Pesticides: More Human Health Studies Are Needed on Neonicotinoids

Nate Seltenrich

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 2 | February
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A40

Exercise Bargain: Are Walking Loops Worth the Investment?

Carrie Arnold

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 1 | January
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A26

Exploring Chemical Transport through Food: A Proposal for a Comprehensive Approach to Predict Exposures

Nate Seltenrich

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 1 | January
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A25

Hot Days in Early Pregnancy: A Potential Risk Factor for Congenital Heart Defects

Lindsey Konkel

2017 | Vol. 125 | Issue 1 | January
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.125-A24

Fallout from European Fires: An Estimate of Premature Deaths Attributable to Vegetation Smoke

Nancy Averett

Issue 12 | December | 2016 | Vol. 124
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.124-A236

Connecting PM2.5 Exposure to Insulin Resistance: Oxidative Stress May Be an Intermediate Step

Julia R. Barrett

Issue 11 | November | 2016 | Vol. 124
Science Selection
10.1289/124-A206

After the Research Is Done: Legal Obligations for Participants in Household Exposure Studies

Julia R. Barrett

Issue 11 | November | 2016 | Vol. 124
Science Selection
10.1289/124-A207

Montreal’s Strategy for Hot Days: Evaluating the Effectiveness of One City’s Heat Action Plan

Nate Seltenrich

Issue 11 | November | 2016 | Vol. 124
Science Selection
10.1289/124-A208

Pacific Island Countries and Climate Change: Examining Associated Human Health Vulnerabilities

Nancy Averett

Issue 10 | October | 2016 | Vol. 124
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.124-A187

A Strong Case for Prudent School Siting: The West Fertilizer Company Explosion

Carrie Arnold

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