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The demand control model and circadian saliva cortisol variations in a Swedish population based sample (The PART study)
TLDR
This population-based study weakly support the hypothesis that the demand control model is associated with saliva cortisol concentrations, and women in low strain jobs had significantly lower cortisol levels half an hour after awakening than women in high strain, active, active and passive jobs.
Hand eczema and quality of life: a population‐based study
TLDR
Health‐related quality of life (HRQoL) is increasingly being measured in dermatology and hand eczema is a common disease in the population and is of interest from a public health perspective.
A job-exposure matrix for occupational noise: development and validation.
TLDR
A job-exposure matrix for occupational noise in Sweden and the results will give more power to the JEM that it gives a good general estimate for the occupational noise levels in Sweden for different job families during 1970-2004.
Destructive managerial leadership and psychological well-being among employees in Swedish, Polish, and Italian hotels.
TLDR
A significant association between destructive managerial leadership in the hotel industry in Sweden, Poland, and Italy and poor psychological well-being among employees on an individual level is suggested.
Occupational skin exposure to water: a population‐based study
TLDR
This study highlights the need to assess the importance of knowing the carrier and removal status of canine coronavirus, as a source of infection for humans, not necessarily belonging to the same breeds.
Is skin exposure to water mainly occupational or nonoccupational? A population‐based study
TLDR
Skin exposure to water is considered to contribute to hand eczema and total water exposure during a day is scanty.
Does tobacco smoking influence the occurrence of hand eczema?
TLDR
This work has shown an association between tobacco smoking and hand eczema that has been proposed in some studies and is known to influence various inflammatory skin diseases.
Blood markers of inflammation and coagulation and exposure to airborne particles in employees in the Stockholm underground
TLDR
Employees who were highly exposed to airborne particles in the Stockholm underground tended to have elevated levels of risk markers for CVD relative to employees with low exposure, which suggests that particle exposure could have a long-term inflammatory effect.
Self‐reported skin exposure – validation of questions by observation
TLDR
A strong correlation between self‐reports and observations was found for questions regarding exposure times to water, foodstuffs, and occlusive gloves and also a moderate correlation for questions Regarding frequency of hand‐washing and the observation method seems to be reliable, useful, and easy to apply.
Life‐style factors and hand eczema
TLDR
This study highlights the need to understand more fully the role that environmental factors play in the development of eczema and how these factors can be modified to protect against the disease.
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