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Association Between Maternal Fluoride Exposure During Pregnancy and IQ Scores in Offspring in Canada
Key Points Question Is maternal fluoride exposure during pregnancy associated with childhood IQ in a Canadian cohort receiving optimally fluoridated water? Findings In this prospective birth cohortExpand
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Prenatal fluoride exposure and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms in children at 6-12 years of age in Mexico City.
BACKGROUND Epidemiologic and animal-based studies have raised concern over the potential impact of fluoride exposure on neurobehavioral development as manifested by lower IQ and deficits inExpand
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SymptoMScreen: A Tool for Rapid Assessment of Symptom Severity in MS Across Multiple Domains
ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to describe SymptoMScreen, an in-house developed tool for rapid assessment of MS symptom severity in routine clinical practice, and to validate SymptoMScreenExpand
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Fluoride exposure from infant formula and child IQ in a Canadian birth cohort.
BACKGROUND Infant consumption of formula reconstituted with fluoridated water can lead to excessive fluoride intake. We examined the association between fluoride exposure in infancy and intellectualExpand
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Efficacy and tolerability of dimethyl fumarate in White-, African- and Hispanic- Americans with multiple sclerosis
Background: Dimethyl fumarate (DMF) was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treatment of relapsing–remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) based on two phase III randomized clinicalExpand
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Community Water Fluoridation and Urinary Fluoride Concentrations in a National Sample of Pregnant Women in Canada
Background: Fluoride exposures have not been established for pregnant women who live in regions with and without community water fluoridation. Objective: Our aim was to measure urinary fluorideExpand
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ASAS centennial paper: Future needs in animal breeding and genetics.
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  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of animal science
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The past century has seen animal breeding and genetics evolve and expand from definition and validation of basic population genetics theory to development of selection index theory to today'sExpand
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Assessment of neuropsychological performance in Mexico City youth using the Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB)
ABSTRACT Background: The Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB) is a computerized tool used to measure cognitive function in diverse populations and is sensitive for assessingExpand
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Sex-Specific Neurotoxic Effects of Early-Life Exposure to Fluoride: a Review of the Epidemiologic and Animal Literature
A growing body of evidence suggests adverse neurodevelopmental effects of early-life exposure to fluoride that may differ depending on timing of exposure and sex of the exposed. We conducted aExpand
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Which symptoms contribute the most to patients’ perception of health in multiple sclerosis?
Background Multiple sclerosis is a polysymptomatic disease. Little is known about relative contributions of the different multiple sclerosis symptoms to self-perception of health. Objectives ToExpand
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