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Confronting Risk of Bias in RF Bioeffects Research. Comments on Two Papers by Vijayalaxmi and Prihoda

4. sham exposures. They also examined study outcomes, i.e., whether or not studies reported statistically significant effects of exposure, and effect size (Cohen’s d, the sample estimate of the ...

Childhood leukaemia near nuclear sites in Belgium, 2002–2008

reactors radioactive pollutants Statistical analysis Abstract: This paper describes an ecological study investigating whether there is an excess incidence of acute leukaemia among children aged 0-14 years ...

A statistical model for predicting the inter-annual variability of birch pollen abundance in Northern and North-Eastern Europe.

of daily-mean pollen concentrations) over large regions and demonstrates its performance for birch in Northern and North-Eastern Europe. A statistical model is constructed using meteorological, ...

Does air pollution trigger suicide? A case-crossover analysis of suicide deaths over the life span.

associations with PM10, with statistically significant associations observed only among 5-14 year old children (lag 0-6: OR = 1.45; 95% CI: 1.03-2.04) and ≥85 years old (e.g. lag 0-4: OR = 1.17; 95% CI: ...

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