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Cumulative and Reversible Effects of Lifetime Smoking on Simple Tests of Lung Function in Adults.
Distribution of Forced Vital Capacity and Forced Expiratory Volume in One Second in Children 6 to 11 Years of Age.
Effects of Ambient Sulfur Oxides and Suspended Particles on Respiratory Health of Preadolescent Children.
Effects of Passive Smoking on Health of Children.
Explaining Discrepancies between Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Models.
Exposure Measurement for Air Pollution Epidemiology.
Harvard's Indoor Air Pollution/Health Study.
Home Dampness and Respiratory Morbidity in Children.
Indoor Air Pollution and Pulmonary Function Growth in Preadolescent Children.
Indoor Air Pollution and Pulmonary Performance: Investigating Errors in Exposure Assessment.
Investigation of a Reported Cancer Cluster in Randolph, Massachusetts.
Linear Models for the Analysis of Longitudinal Studies.
Occupational Exposures and Chronic Respiratory Symptoms: A Population-Based Study.
Passive Smoking and Height Growth of Preadolescent Children.
Passive Smoking, Gas Cooking, and Respiratory Health of Children Living in Six Cities.
Statistical Issues in Epidemiologic Studies of the Health Effects of Ambient Acid Aerosols.
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