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August 2010 | Volume 118 | Issue 8

Announcement


Book Review: Catastrophe in the Making: The Engineering of Katrina and the Disasters of Tomorrow

David E. Schaad

Editorial


Note from the Editor: Revised Instructions to Authors

Evolution in Environmental Health: Incorporating the Infectious Disease Paradigm

Linda S. Birnbaum and Paul Jung

Pulling Back the Curtain: Improving Reviews in Environmental Health

Tracey J. Woodruff and Patrice Sutton

Focus


Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico

Charles W. Schmidt

Spheres of Influence


Emergency Responder Health: What Have We Learned from Past Disasters?

Bob Weinhold

Science Selection


Breaking Patterns of Disease: Early-Life Clues May Predict Long-Term Health

M. Nathaniel Mead

An Uneven Path Forward: The History of Methylmercury Toxicity Research

Julia R. Barrett

Body of Proof: Biomonitoring Data Reveal Widespread Bisphenol A Exposures

Kellyn S. Betts

Bringing the Bugs Back In: Environmental Health Research Model Combines Toxicology and Infectious Disease

Harvey Black

Forum


The Gene behind Arsenic Hyperaccumulation

Carol Potera

From Devastation Comes Hope

Carol Potera

Soy Formula of “Minimal Concern”

Tanya Tillett

Cancer Report Examines Environmental Hazards

Catherine M. Cooney

The Beat

Erin E. Dooley

Commentary


Computational Toxicology: Realizing the Promise of the Toxicity Testing 
in the 21st Century

Ivan Rusyn and George P. Daston

Biomonitoring Studies Should Be Used by Regulatory Agencies to Assess Human Exposure Levels and Safety of Bisphenol A

Laura N. Vandenberg, Ibrahim Chahoud, Vasantha Padmanabhan, Francisco J.R. Paumgartten and Gilbert Schoenfelder

Review


Epidemiologic Evidence on the Health Effects of Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA)

Kyle Steenland, Tony Fletcher and David A. Savitz

Impact of Environmental Chemicals on Lung Development

Mark D. Miller and Melanie A. Marty

A Niche for Infectious Disease in Environmental Health: Rethinking the Toxicological Paradigm

Beth J. Feingold, Leora Vegosen, Meghan Davis, Jessica Leibler, Amy Peterson and Ellen K. Silbergeld

Breaking Patterns of Environmentally Influenced Disease for Health Risk Reduction: Immune Perspectives

Rodney R. Dietert, Jamie C. DeWitt, Dori R. Germolec and Judith T. Zelikoff

Urinary, Circulating, and Tissue Biomonitoring Studies Indicate Widespread Exposure to Bisphenol A

Laura N. Vandenberg, Ibrahim Chahoud, Jerrold J. Heindel, Vasantha Padmanabhan, Francisco J.R. Paumgartten and Gilbert Schoenfelder

Oxidative Damage to DNA and Lipids as Biomarkers of Exposure to Air Pollution

Peter Møller and Steffen Loft

A Review of Pesticide Exposure and Cancer Incidence in the Agricultural Health Study Cohort

Scott Weichenthal, Connie Moase, Peter Chan

Do the Health Benefits of Cycling Outweigh the Risks?

Jeroen Johan de Hartog, Hanna Boogaard, Hans Nijland and Gerard Hoek

Manganese and Parkinson’s Disease: A Critical Review and New Findings

Tomás R. Guilarte

Adverse Effects of Methylmercury: Environmental Health Research Implications

Philippe Grandjean, Hiroshi Satoh, Katsuyuki Murata and Komyo Eto

Qualitative Environmental Health Research: An Analysis of the Literature, 1991–2008

Madeleine Kangsen Scammell

Exposure Science: A View of the Past and Milestones for the Future

Paul J. Lioy

Case-Crossover Analysis of Air Pollution Health Effects: A Systematic Review of Methodology and Application

Eduardo Carracedo-Martínez, Margarita Taracido, Aurelio Tobias4, Marc Saez, Adolfo Figueiras

Correspondence


Fecundability and Serum PBDE Concentrations in Women

Julie E. Goodman, John A. Biesemeier, Giffe T. Johnson, Casey Harbison, Raymond D. Harbison, Yiliang Zhu, Richard V. Lee, Hanna Silberberg, Marcia Hardy and Todd Stedeford

PBDE Concentrations in Women: Harley et al. Respond

Kim G. Harley, Nicholas P. Jewell, Raul Aguilar, Amy R. Marks, Jonathan Chevrier, Asa Bradman and Brenda Eskenazi

Probabilistic Modeling of Dietary Arsenic Exposure

Catherine Petito Boyce, Ari S. Lewis, Sonja N. Sax, Barbara D. Beck, Michal Eldan and Samuel M. Cohen

Dietary Arsenic Exposure: Xue et al. Respond

Jianping Xue, Valerie Zartarian, Shi V. Liu, Sheng-Wei Wang and Panos Georgopoulos

Podcasts


Dispersants in the Wake of the Deepwater Horizon Spill, with Dana Wetzel

Ashley Ahearn


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