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Overweight, obesity, and cancer risk.
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Excess body weight is directly associated with risk of cancer at several organ sites, including colon, breast, endometrium, oesophagus, and kidney, and avoidance of weight gain thus seems to be an important factor for cancer prevention. Expand
Organochlorines in Swedish women: determinants of serum concentrations.
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Serum concentrations were significantly associated with age, body mass index, body weight change, diabetes mellitus, consumption of fatty fish, and place of residence, and the findings suggest that lifestyle/medical factors may confound results in epidemiologic studies when they are related to both serum concentrations and disease. Expand
Expression of cyclooxygenase-2 in human lung carcinoma.
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The data suggest that Cox-2 is expressed in human lung carcinomas and in precursor lesions leading to this malignancy. Expand
Point-mutational MspI and Ile-Val polymorphisms closely linked in the CYP1A1 gene: lack of association with susceptibility to lung cancer in a Finnish study population.
In this study of 87 lung cancer patients, 23 patients with lung disease other than cancer, and 121 healthy controls, no association was found between the MspI restriction fragment length polymorphismExpand
Leadership, Job Well-Being, and Health Effects—A Systematic Review and a Meta-Analysis
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There is a relative lack of well-founded prospective studies targeting the association between leadership and employee health, but the few available good studies suggest an important role of leadership on employee job satisfaction, job well-being, sickness absences, and disability pensions. Expand
Weight control and physical activity in cancer prevention
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A healthy lifestyle, keeping a low body weight and exercising most days of the week, is recommended in light of the beneficial effects of weight control and physical activity for cancer prevention. Expand
Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis in Risk Identification
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Styrene metabolism by cDNA-expressed human hepatic and pulmonary cytochromes P450.
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Kinetic analysis indicated the presence of at least two forms of styrene-metabolizing cytochrome P450s with different Km values in human liver microsomes, indicating that several human hepatic and/or pulmonary P450 forms are capable of metabolizing styrene, albeit at different rates. Expand
Asbestos, asbestosis, and cancer, the Helsinki criteria for diagnosis and attribution 2014: recommendations.
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This report summarizes the results of a project, organized by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, to update the 1997 and 2000 Helsinki criteria documents in view of the new advances in research. Expand
Reporting, appraising, and integrating data on genotype prevalence and gene-disease associations.
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A checklist for reporting and appraising studies of genotype prevalence and studies of gene-disease associations was developed and focuses on selection of study subjects, analytic validity of genotyping, population stratification, and statistical issues. Expand
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