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Long-Term Exposure to Oxidant Gases and Mortality: Effect Modification by PM2.5Transition Metals and Oxidative Potential...
10/07/2022
Long-Term Exposure to Oxidant Gases and Mortality: Effect... : Epidemiology

Long-Term Exposure to Oxidant Gases and Mortality: Effect Modification by PM2.5Transition Metals and Oxidative Potential

from Toyib, Olaniyan; Lavigne, Eric; Traub, Alison; Umbrio, Dana; You, Hongyu; Ripley, Susannah; Pollitt, Krystal; Shin, Tim; Kulka, Ryan; Jessiman, Barry; Tjepkema, Michael; Martin, Randall; Stieb, Dave M.; Hatzopoulou, Marianne; Evans, Greg; Burnett, Richard T; Weichenthal, Scott

dant gases may be greater in locations where PM2.5 is more capable of causing oxidative stress. Methods: We conducted a cohort study of 2 million adults in Canada between 2001-2016 living within 10-km of ground-level monitoring sites for outdoor PM2.5 components and oxidative potential. Ox exposures...

Using the generalized synthetic control method to estimate the impact of extreme weather events on population healthfrom...
10/06/2022
Using the generalized synthetic control method to estimate... : Epidemiology

Using the generalized synthetic control method to estimate the impact of extreme weather events on population health

from Sheridan, Paige; McElroy, Sara; Casey, Joan; Benmarhnia, Tarik

adjust for unmeasured confounding indirectly. The recently developed generalized synthetic control method that exploits the timing of an exposure is well suited to estimate the impact of acute environmental events on health outcomes. To demonstrate how this method can be used to study extreme weathe...

Description of Opioid Involved Hospital Deaths that Do Not Have a Subsequent Autopsyfrom Abasilim, Chibuzor; Holloway-Be...
10/06/2022
Description of Opioid Involved Hospital Deaths that Do Not... : Epidemiology

Description of Opioid Involved Hospital Deaths that Do Not Have a Subsequent Autopsy

from Abasilim, Chibuzor; Holloway-Beth, Alfreda; Friedman, Lee S

bes characteristics of decedents less likely to have an autopsy following an opioid-involved death in hospitals and estimates the resulting undercount. Methods: A probabilistic data linkage of hospital and medical examiner data involving 4,936 opioid involved deaths among residents of Cook County, I...

Using Latent Profile Analysis to Identify Associations Between Gestational Chemical Mixtures and Child Neurodevelopmentf...
10/05/2022
Using Latent Profile Analysis to Identify Associations... : Epidemiology

Using Latent Profile Analysis to Identify Associations Between Gestational Chemical Mixtures and Child Neurodevelopment

from Yonkman, Amanda M; Alampi, Joshua D; Kaida, Angela; Allen, Ryan W; Chen, Aimin; Lanphear, Bruce P; Braun, Joseph M; Muckle, Gina; Arbuckle, Tye E; McCandless, Lawrence C

ional chemical mixtures and child neurodevelopment using latent profile analysis. Using data from the Maternal-Infant Research on Environmental Chemicals (MIREC) research platform, a longitudinal cohort of pregnant Canadian women and their children, we generated latent profiles from 27 gestational e...

Causal mediation analysis with multiple time-varying mediatorsfrom Tai, An-Shun; Lin, Sheng-Hsuan; Chu, Yu-Cheng; Yu, Ts...
10/05/2022
Causal mediation analysis with multiple time-varying... : Epidemiology

Causal mediation analysis with multiple time-varying mediators

from Tai, An-Shun; Lin, Sheng-Hsuan; Chu, Yu-Cheng; Yu, Tsung; Puhan, Milo A.; VanderWeele, Tyler

hodologies inapplicable to many scenarios. Hence, we develop a novel methodology by extending the mediational g-formula to cover cases with multiple time-varying mediators. We formulate two variants of our approach that are each suited to a distinct set of assumptions and effect definitions and pres...

Are detailed behavioral, psychosocial, and environmental variables necessary to control for confounding in pregnancy wei...
10/04/2022
Are detailed behavioral, psychosocial, and environmental... : Epidemiology

Are detailed behavioral, psychosocial, and environmental variables necessary to control for confounding in pregnancy weight gain research?

from Bodnar, Lisa M; Hutcheon, Jennifer A

ailable covariates improved control of confounding. Methods: We used data from a prospective U.S. pregnancy cohort study (2010‒2013, n=8978). We calculated two propensity scores for low and high pregnancy weight gain (vs. adequate gain) using 11 standard confounders (e.g., age, education). We exam...

Estimation of the time-varying incremental effect of low dose aspirin on incidence of pregnancyfrom Rudolph, Jacqueline ...
10/04/2022
Estimation of the time-varying incremental effect of low... : Epidemiology

Estimation of the time-varying incremental effect of low dose aspirin on incidence of pregnancy

from Rudolph, Jacqueline E.; Kim, Kwangho; Kennedy, Edward H.; Naimi, Ashley I.

tal effects quantify the impact of merely shifting each individual’s probability of being exposed. Methods. We demonstrate estimation of incremental effects in the time-varying setting, using data from the Effects of Aspirin in Gestation and Reproduction trial, which assessed the effect of preconc...

Accounting for misclassification and selection bias in estimating effectiveness of self-managed medication abortionfrom ...
10/03/2022
Accounting for misclassification and selection bias in... : Epidemiology

Accounting for misclassification and selection bias in estimating effectiveness of self-managed medication abortion

from Jayaweera, Ruvani T.; Bradshaw, Patrick T.; Gerdts, Caitlin; Egwuatu, Ijeoma; Grosso, Belen; Kristianingrum, Ika; Nmezi, Sybil; Zurbriggen, Ruth; Ahern, Jennifer; Moseson, Heidi

l biases. Methods: We conducted a Monte Carlo sensitivity analysis based on data from the Studying Accompaniment model Feasibility and Effectiveness Study (the SAFE Study), to generate bias-adjusted estimates of effectiveness of self-managed abortion with accompaniment group support. Between July 20...

Validation of ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Codes for Gestational Age at Birthfrom Leonard, Stephanie A.; Panelli, Danielle M.; Go...
10/03/2022
Validation of ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Codes for Gestational Age ... : Epidemiology

Validation of ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Codes for Gestational Age at Birth

from Leonard, Stephanie A.; Panelli, Danielle M.; Gould, Jeffrey B.; Gemmill, Alison; Main, Elliott K.

improvement. Methods: We used linked birth certificate and patient discharge data from births in California during 2016-2019 (N = 1,843,992). We identified gestational age using Z3A.xx ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes in birthing patient discharge data and compared it with the gold standard of obstetric es...

Handgun divestment and risk of su***defrom Swanson, Sonja A.; Studdert, David M.; Zhang, Yifan; Prince, Lea; Miller, Mat...
09/30/2022
Handgun divestment and risk of su***de : Epidemiology

Handgun divestment and risk of su***de

from Swanson, Sonja A.; Studdert, David M.; Zhang, Yifan; Prince, Lea; Miller, Matthew

e risk of su***de and firearm-specific su***de. We used pooled logistic regression with inverse probability weighting, adjusting for demographic and area-level measures. Results: The 5-year risk of su***de death was 25.6 (95% CI: 15.1 to 37.2) per 10,000 persons with divestment and 15.2 (95% CI: 13....

Community mitigation strategies, mobility, and COVID-19 incidence across three waves in the United States in 2020from Le...
09/29/2022
Community mitigation strategies, mobility, and COVID-19... : Epidemiology

Community mitigation strategies, mobility, and COVID-19 incidence across three waves in the United States in 2020

from Ledesma, Jorge R.; Zou, Lin; Chrysanthopoulou, Stavroula A.; Giovenco, Danielle; Khanna, Aditya S.; Lurie, Mark N.

ps between mitigation strategies and mobility on COVID-19 incident cases across US states during the first three waves of infections. Methods: We linked data on daily COVID-19 incidence by U.S state from March to December 2020 with the stringency index, a well-known index capturing the strictness of...

Environmental exposures and anti-Müllerian hormone: a mixture analysis in the Nurses’ Health Study IIfrom Li, Huichu; Ha...
09/28/2022
Environmental exposures and anti-Müllerian hormone: a... : Epidemiology

Environmental exposures and anti-Müllerian hormone: a mixture analysis in the Nurses’ Health Study II

from Li, Huichu; Hart, Jaime E.; Mahalingaiah, Shruthi; Nethery, Rachel C.; James, Peter; Bertone-Johnson, Elizabeth; Eliassen, A. Heather; Laden, Francine

Nurses’ Health Study II (NHSII) who provided blood samples during 1996-1999. We selected environmental exposures linked previously with reproductive outcomes that had measurement data available in NHSII, including greenness, particulate matter, noise, outdoor light at night, ultraviolet radiation,...

Approaches to estimating clearance rates for Human Papillomavirus groupings: a systematic review and real data examplesf...
09/28/2022
Approaches to estimating clearance rates for Human... : Epidemiology

Approaches to estimating clearance rates for Human Papillomavirus groupings: a systematic review and real data examples

from Wijstma, Eline S.; Jongen, Vita W.; Alberts, Catharina J.; de Melker, Hester E.; Hoes, Joske; Schim van der Loeff, Maarten F.

ches resulted in different estimations, using data from existing studies. Methods: In this systematic review, we included articles that reported clearance rates of HPV groupings. We identified approaches to data in the HAVANA cohort, comprising adolescent girls, and the H2M cohort, comprising men wh...

Informative presence in electronic health record data: a challenge in implementing study exclusion criteriafrom Chubak, ...
09/27/2022
Informative presence in electronic health record data: a... : Epidemiology

Informative presence in electronic health record data: a challenge in implementing study exclusion criteria

from Chubak, Jessica; Dalmat, Ronit R.; Weiss, Noel S.; Doria-Rose, V. Paul; Corley, Douglas A.; Kamineni, Aruna

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An Alternative Perspective on the Robust Poisson Method for Estimating Risk or Prevalence Ratiosfrom Talbot, Denis; Mési...
09/27/2022
An Alternative Perspective on the Robust Poisson Method for ... : Epidemiology

An Alternative Perspective on the Robust Poisson Method for Estimating Risk or Prevalence Ratios

from Talbot, Denis; Mésidor, Miceline; Chiu, Yohann; Simard, Marc; Sirois, Caroline

frequent non-convergence problems like the most common implementations of maximum likelihood estimators of the log–binomial model. However, using a Poisson distribution to model a binary outcome may seem counterintuitive. Methodologic papers have often presented this as a good approximation to the...

The Authors Replyfrom Traini, Eugenio; Huss, Anke; Portengen, Lützen; Rookus, Matti; Verschuren, W.M. Monique; Vermeulen...
09/26/2022
The Authors Reply : Epidemiology

The Authors Reply

from Traini, Eugenio; Huss, Anke; Portengen, Lützen; Rookus, Matti; Verschuren, W.M. Monique; Vermeulen, Roel C.H.; Bellavia, Andrea

An abstract is unavailable. This article is available as a PDF only.

Validation of acute pancreatitis among adults in an integrated healthcare systemfrom Floyd, James S.; Bann, Maralyssa A....
09/02/2022
Validation of acute pancreatitis among adults in an... : Epidemiology

Validation of acute pancreatitis among adults in an integrated healthcare system

from Floyd, James S.; Bann, Maralyssa A.; Fe***er, Andrew H.; Sapp, Daniel; Nguyen, Michael D.; Ajao, Adebola; Ball, Robert; Carrell, David S.; Nelson, Jennifer C.; Hazlehurst, Brian

y to assess the accuracy of acute pancreatitis ICD-10 diagnosis codes in inpatient, emergency department (ED), and outpatient settings. Methods: We reviewed electronic medical records for encounters with acute pancreatitis diagnosis codes in an integrated healthcare system from October 2015 to Decem...

Differences in Weight Gain Following Residential Relocation in the Moving to Health (M2H) Studyfrom Cruz, Maricela; Drew...
08/29/2022
Differences in Weight Gain Following Residential Relocation ... : Epidemiology

Differences in Weight Gain Following Residential Relocation in the Moving to Health (M2H) Study

from Cruz, Maricela; Drewnowski, Adam; Bobb, Jennifer F.; Hurvitz, Philip M.; Vernez Moudon, Anne; Cook, Andrea; Mooney, Stephen J.; Buszkiewicz, James H.; Lozano, Paula; Rosenberg, Dori E.; Kapos, Flavia; Theis, Mary Kay; Anau, Jane; Arterburn, David

re associated with changes in body weight. Methods: Kaiser Permanente Washington electronic health records were used to identify 21,502 members aged 18–64 who moved within King County, WA between 2005 and 2017. We linked body weight measures to environment measures, including population, residenti...

Latent Class Models of Early-life Trauma and Incident Breast Cancerfrom Woo, Jennifer M. P.; Simanek, Amanda; O’Brien, K...
08/26/2022
Latent Class Models of Early-life Trauma and Incident... : Epidemiology

Latent Class Models of Early-life Trauma and Incident Breast Cancer

from Woo, Jennifer M. P.; Simanek, Amanda; O’Brien, Katie M.; Parks, Christine; Gaston, Symielle; Auer, Paul L.; Konkel, Rebecca Headley; Jackson, Chandra L.; Meier, Helen C. S.; Sandler, Dale P.

Methods: The Sister Study is a prospective cohort study of US women (n = 50,884; enrollment 2003–2009; ages 35–74). Of 45,961 eligible participants, 3,070 developed invasive breast cancer or ductal carcinoma in situ through 2017. We assessed trauma before age 18 using previously studied measures...

When Effects Cannot be Estimated: Redefining Estimands to Understand the Effects of Naloxone Access Lawsfrom Rudolph, Ka...
08/26/2022
When Effects Cannot be Estimated: Redefining Estimands to... : Epidemiology

When Effects Cannot be Estimated: Redefining Estimands to Understand the Effects of Naloxone Access Laws

from Rudolph, Kara E.; Gimbrone, Catherine; Matthay, Ellicott C.; Díaz, Iván; Davis, Corey S.; Keyes, Katherine; Cerdá, Magdalena

etting, and discuss real-world threats to positivity. We show empirical evidence of the practical positivity violations that can result when attempting to estimate the effects of health policies (in this case, Naloxone Access Laws). In such scenarios, an alternative is to estimate the effect of a sh...

Profile Matching for the Generalization and Personalization of Causal Inferencesfrom Cohn, Eric R.; Zubizarreta, José R.
08/25/2022
Profile Matching for the Generalization and Personalization ... : Epidemiology

Profile Matching for the Generalization and Personalization of Causal Inferences

from Cohn, Eric R.; Zubizarreta, José R.

population or a target individual, facilitating the generalization and personalization of causal inferences. For generalization, because the profile often amounts to summary statistics for a target population, profile matching does not always require accessing individual-level data, which may be una...

Integrating Public Health Surveillance and Environmental Data to Model Presence of Histoplasma in the United Statesfrom ...
08/25/2022
Integrating Public Health Surveillance and Environmental... : Epidemiology

Integrating Public Health Surveillance and Environmental Data to Model Presence of Histoplasma in the United States

from Hepler, Staci A.; Kaufeld, Kimberly A.; Benedict, Kaitlin; Toda, Mitsuru; Jackson, Brendan R.; Liu, Xiaonan; Kline, David

ptomatic to life threatening. Due to limited public health surveillance and under detection of infections, it is challenging to directly use reported case data to characterize spatial risk. Methods: Using monthly and yearly county-level public health surveillance data and various environmental and s...

First Episodes of Norovirus and Sapovirus Gastroenteritis Protect Against Subsequent Episodes in a Nicaraguan Birth Coho...
08/24/2022
First Episodes of Norovirus and Sapovirus Gastroenteritis... : Epidemiology

First Episodes of Norovirus and Sapovirus Gastroenteritis Protect Against Subsequent Episodes in a Nicaraguan Birth Cohort

from Vielot, Nadja A.; Reyes, Yaoska; Blette, Bryan; González, Fredman; Toval-Ruiz, Christian; Gutiérrez, Lester; Vilchez, Samuel; Diez-Valcarce, Marta; Vinjé, Jan; Becker-Dreps, Sylvia; Bucardo, Filemón

ua. Weekly household surveys identified AGE episodes over 36 months, and AGE stools were tested by reverse transcriptase-quantitative polymerase chain reaction (RT-qPCR) for norovirus genogroup (G)I/GII and sapovirus. We used recurrent-event Cox models and negative control methods to estimate protec...

Nearest-Neighbors Matching for Case–Control Study Analyses: Better Risk Factor Identification From a Study of Sporadic C...
08/24/2022
Nearest-Neighbors Matching for Case–Control Study Analyses: ... : Epidemiology

Nearest-Neighbors Matching for Case–Control Study Analyses: Better Risk Factor Identification From a Study of Sporadic Campylobacteriosis in the United States

from Cui, Zhaohui; Marder, Ellyn P.; Click, Eleanor S.; Hoekstra, Robert M.; Bruce, Beau B.

in a case–control study (originally 1:1 matched, published in 2004) of sporadic Campylobacter infections that included information on 433 exposures in 2632 subjects during 1998–1999. We performed multiple imputations of missing data (m = 100) and calculated Gower distances between cases and cont...

Selection of Comparator Group in Observational Drug Safety Studies: Alternatives to the Active Comparator New User Desig...
08/23/2022
Selection of Comparator Group in Observational Drug Safety... : Epidemiology

Selection of Comparator Group in Observational Drug Safety Studies: Alternatives to the Active Comparator New User Design

from Wintzell, Viktor; Svanström, Henrik; Pasternak, Björn

trial of initiation of a study drug versus usual care is emulated. A comparison with another treatment that targets similar patients as the study drug and has no effect on the outcome has great potential to reduce bias. However, the active comparator new user design can be difficult to implement bec...

Toward a Clearer Definition of Selection Bias When Estimating Causal Effectsfrom Lu, Haidong; Cole, Stephen R.; Howe, Ch...
08/23/2022
Toward a Clearer Definition of Selection Bias When... : Epidemiology

Toward a Clearer Definition of Selection Bias When Estimating Causal Effects

from Lu, Haidong; Cole, Stephen R.; Howe, Chanelle J.; Westreich, Daniel

by considering any bias away from the true causal effect in the referent population (the population before the selection process), due to selecting the sample from the referent population, as selection bias. Given this unified definition, selection bias can be further categorized into two broad type...

Pregnancy Exposure to Phenols and Anthropometric Measures in Gestation and at Birthfrom Jedynak, Paulina; Rolland, Matth...
08/19/2022
Pregnancy Exposure to Phenols and Anthropometric Measures... : Epidemiology

Pregnancy Exposure to Phenols and Anthropometric Measures in Gestation and at Birth

from Jedynak, Paulina; Rolland, Matthieu; Pin, Isabelle; Thomsen, Cathrine; Sakhi, Amrit K.; Sabaredzovic, Azemira; Philippat, Claire; Slama, Rémy; the SEPAGES Study Group*

growth. Methods: We measured concentrations of two bisphenols, four parabens, benzophenone-3, and triclosan in 478 pregnant women in two weekly pools of 21 samples each, collected at 18 and 34 gestational weeks. We used adjusted linear regressions to study associations between phenol concentrations....

A Two-stage Approach for Rapid Assessment of the Proportion Achieving Viral Suppression Using Routine Clinical Datafrom ...
08/19/2022
A Two-stage Approach for Rapid Assessment of the Proportion ... : Epidemiology

A Two-stage Approach for Rapid Assessment of the Proportion Achieving Viral Suppression Using Routine Clinical Data

from Edwards, Jessie K.; Donastorg, Yeycy; Zadrozny, Sabrina; Hileman, Sarah; Gómez, Hoisex; Seamans, Marissa J.; Herce, Michael E.; Ramírez, Edwin; Barrington, Clare; Weir, Sharon

clinical records. We illustrate a two-stage approach to estimate the proportion of treated people with HIV who have a suppressed viral load in the Dominican Republic. Methods: Routinely collected data on viral load and patient characteristics were recorded in a national database, but 74% of patients...

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Streetlights may raise risks for colon cancer 💡🧬💡

Researchers reported than people with the highest exposures to blue light had a 60% higher risk of developing colon cancer compared to those who were less exposed. The research is expanding the idea of light pollution to something that may have biological consequences.

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