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Maternal levels of endocrine disruptors, polybrominated diphenyl ethers, in early pregnancy are not associated with lower birth weight in the Canadian birth cohort GESTE
Abstract: Background: Polybrominated diphenyl ethers are known endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants used as flame retardants. Their levels have increased in humans over the last ten years, raising concerns about ...
Optimal versus realized trajectories of physiological dysregulation in aging and their relation to sex-specific mortality risk
Abstract: While longitudinal changes in biomarker levels and their impact on health have been characterized for individual markers, little is known about how overall marker profiles may change during aging and affect ...
Association between floods and acute cardiovascular diseases: a population-based cohort study using a geographic information system approach
Abstract: Background: Floods represent a serious threat to human health beyond the immediate risk of drowning. There is few data on the potential link between floods and direct consequences on health such as on cardiovascular ...
Deep biomarkers of aging are population-dependent
Letters to the Editor. "Putin et al.  just published an excellent article showing how machine learning methods (specifically deep neural networks, DNNs) can be used to quantify the aging process using a set of 41 standard ...