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Fetal growth and maternal exposure to particulate matter during pregnancy.
Prior studies reported an association between ambient air concentrations of total suspended particles and SO2 during pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes. We examined the possible impact ofExpand
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NTP-CERHR expert panel report on the reproductive and developmental toxicity of bisphenol A.
Robert E. Chapin, Jane Adams, Kim Boekelheide, L. Earl Gray Jr, Simon W. Hayward, Peter S.J. Lees, Barry S. McIntyre, Kenneth M. Portier, Teresa M. Schnorr, Sherry G. Selevan, John G. Vandenbergh,Expand
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Semen quality and reproductive health of young Czech men exposed to seasonal air pollution.
This study of male reproductive health in the Czech Republic resulted from community concern about potential adverse effects of air pollution. We compared young men (18 years of age) living inExpand
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Examination of US Puberty-Timing Data from 1940 to 1994 for Secular Trends: Panel Findings
Whether children, especially girls, are entering and progressing through puberty earlier today than in the mid-1900s has been debated. Secular trend analysis, based on available data, is limited byExpand
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Blood lead concentration and delayed puberty in girls.
BACKGROUND Environmental lead exposure has been linked to alterations in growth and endocrine function. It is not known whether such exposure affects pubertal development. METHODS We analyzed theExpand
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Identifying critical windows of exposure for children's health.
Several authors have considered the importance of exposure timing and how this affects the outcomes observed, but no one has systematically compiled preconceptional, prenatal, and postnatalExpand
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Semen quality and human fertility: a prospective study with healthy couples.
Measures of semen quality are used as surrogate measures of male fertility in clinical andrology, reproductive toxicology, epidemiology, and risk assessment. However, only limited data are availableExpand
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Episodic air pollution is associated with increased DNA fragmentation in human sperm without other changes in semen quality.
BACKGROUND This study examined potential associations between exposure to episodes of air pollution and alterations in semen quality. The air pollution, resulting from combustion of coal for industryExpand
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Smoking cigarettes is associated with increased sperm disomy in teenage men.
OBJECTIVE To determine whether moderate cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption in teenage men is associated with increases in disomic sperm and detectable changes in semen quality. DESIGN CohortExpand
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Mortality patterns among miners and millers of non-asbestiform talc: preliminary report.
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