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Issue 10 | October | 2015 | Vol. 123
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.123-A265

Obesogen Holdover: Prenatal Exposure Predicts Cardiometabolic Risk Factors in Childhood

Lindsey Konkel


Issue 10 | October | 2015 | Vol. 123
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.123-A266

POPs and Pubertal Timing: Evidence of Delayed Development

Nate Seltenrich


2015 | Vol. 123 | Issue 2 | February
Focus
10.1289/ehp.123-A34

New Link in the Food Chain? Marine Plastic Pollution and Seafood Safety

Nate Seltenrich

2014 | Vol. 122 | Issue 11 | November
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.122-A310

PCBs and Impaired Cochlear Function in Children: Comparing Pre- and Postnatal Exposures

Julia R. Barrett

2014 | Vol. 122 | Issue 5 | May
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.122-A137

Clues to Autistic Behaviors: Exploring the Role of Endocrine Disruptors

Kellyn S. Betts

2014 | Vol. 122 | Issue 2 | February
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.122-A57

Fish Consumption Caveat: Advisories May Not Help with Long-Lived Contaminants

Kellyn S. Betts

2014 | Vol. 122 | Issue 1 | January
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.122-A28

A Long-Term Risk? Prenatal POPs Exposure and Asthma in Young Adults

Lindsey Konkel

Issue 11-12 | Nov-Dec | 2013 | Vol. 121
Spheres of Influence
10.1289/ehp.121-A334

Meeting the Needs of the People: Fish Consumption Rates in the Pacific Northwest

Wendee Nicole

Issue 6 | June | 2013 | Vol. 121
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.121-a199

Running Interference? Exercise and PCB-Induced Changes in the Gut Microbiome

Carol Potera

2013 | Vol. 121 | Issue 3 | March
Focus
10.1289/ehp.121-a86

Nonlegacy PCBs: Pigment Manufacturing By-Products Get a Second Look

Elizabeth Grossman

2013 | Vol. 121 | Issue 1 | January
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.121-a32

PCBs and Diabetes: Pinning Down Mechanisms

Bob Weinhold

2009 | Vol. 117 | Issue 1 | January
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.117-a32b

PCBs Make Their Mark: Review Pinpoints Cognitive Profile of Prenatal Exposure

Carol Potera

2009 | Vol. 117 | Issue 1 | January
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.117-a33b

Programmed Obesity?: Study Links Intrauterine Exposures to Higher BMI in Toddlers

M. Nathaniel Mead

Issue 12 | December | 2008 | Vol. 116
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.116-a532b

A Measure for Mothers: Model Predicts Lactational Transfer of PCB-153

M. Nathaniel Mead

Issue 12 | December | 2008 | Vol. 116
Forum
10.1289/ehp.116-a520

Obesity: Childhood BMI Rises with Prenatal Exposure to Hexachlorobenzene

David J. Tenenbaum

Issue 12 | December | 2008 | Vol. 116
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.116-a532a

Angling for Thyroid Answers: Study Links PBDEs to Hormone Disruption in Male Sport-Fish Consumers

Richard Dahl

Issue 11 | November | 2008 | Vol. 116
Science Selection
10.1289/ehp.116-a491b

Dioxin Exposure and Cardiovascular Disease: An Analysis of Association

Valerie J. Brown

Issue 10 | October | 2008 | Vol. 116
Focus
10.1289/ehp.116-a426

Contaminants in Human Milk: Weighing the Risks against the Benefits of Breastfeeding

M. Nathaniel Mead

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