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After the PBDE Phase-Out: A Broad Suite of Flame Retardants in Repeat House Dust Samples from California
Higher house dust levels of PBDE flame retardants (FRs) have been reported in California than other parts of the world, due to the state’s furniture flammability standard. However, changing levels ofExpand
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Endocrine disrupting chemicals in indoor and outdoor air.
The past 50 years have seen rapid development of new building materials, furnishings, and consumer products and a corresponding explosion in new chemicals in the built environment. While exposureExpand
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Endocrine Disruptors and Asthma-Associated Chemicals in Consumer Products
Background: Laboratory and human studies raise concerns about endocrine disruption and asthma resulting from exposure to chemicals in consumer products. Limited labeling or testing information isExpand
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Semivolatile Endocrine-Disrupting Compounds in Paired Indoor and Outdoor Air in Two Northern California Communities
Interest in the health effects of potential endocrine-disrupting compounds (EDCs) that are high production volume chemicals used in consumer products has made exposure assessment and sourceExpand
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Urinary Biomonitoring of Phosphate Flame Retardants: Levels in California Adults and Recommendations for Future Studies
Phosphate flame retardants (PFRs) are abundant and found at the highest concentrations relative to other flame retardant chemicals in house dust; however, little is known about the biological levelsExpand
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Data Experiences: novel interfaces for data engagement using environmental health data
For the past twenty years, the data visualization movement has reworked the way we engage with information. It has brought fresh excitement to researchers and reached broad audiences. But what comesExpand
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Pokémon Go, pH, and projectors: Applying transformation design and participatory action research to an environmental justice collaboration in Chelsea, MA
Abstract Environmental issues such as climate change and toxic contamination have become a lived reality for communities globally, yet as a society we have been slow to address many of theseExpand
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eScholarship Title Urinary Biomonitoring of Phosphate Flame Retardants : Levels in California Adults and Recommendations for Future Studies Permalink
Phosphate flame retardants (PFRs) are abundant and found at the highest concentrations relative to other flame retardant chemicals in house dust; however, little is known about the biological levelsExpand
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Accurate risk-based chemical screening relies on robust exposure estimates.
The massive undertaking reported in Wetmore et al. (2012) represents an important step forward as we integrate innovative in vitro chemical screening efforts such as ToxCast into risk assessmentExpand
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