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Exposure to particulate matter (PM) air pollution has been shown to exacerbate children's asthma, but the exposure sources and temporal characteristics are still under study. Children's exposure to PM is likely to involve both combustion-related ambient PM and PM related to a child's activity in various indoor and outdoor microenvironments. Among 19(More)
Repeated measurements arising from longitudinal studies occur frequently in applied research. Methods to calculate power in the context of repeated measures are available for experimental settings where the covariate of interest is a discrete treatment indicator. However, no closed form expression exists to calculate power for generalized linear models with(More)
Hypercalcemia of malignancy (HCM) is a serious metabolic complication whose population-based prevalence has not been quantified. Rates of HCM differ by tumor type, with highest rates reported in multiple myeloma and lowest among colorectal and prostate cancer patients. This analysis estimates HCM prevalence in the US. This retrospective study used the(More)
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