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    • Agricultural crop density and risk of childhood cancer in the midwestern United States: an ecologic study 

      Booth, B. J.; Ward, M. H.; Turyk, M. E.; Stayner, L. T. (BioMed Central, 2015-10-15)
      Background: There is limited evidence for an association between agricultural pesticide exposure and certain types of childhood cancers. Numerous studies have evaluated exposure to pesticides and childhood cancer and found ...
    • Supplemental Materials: Risks and Benefits of Consumption of Great Lakes Fish 

      Turyk, M. E.; Bhavsar, S. P.; Bowerman, W.; Boysen, E.; Clark, M.; Diamond, M.; Mergler, D.; Pantazopoulos, P.; Schantz, S.; Carpenter, D.O. (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2011-09-23)
      Background: Beneficial effects of fish consumption on early cognitive development and cardiovascular health have been attributed to the omega-3 fatty acids in fish and fish oils, but toxic chemicals in fish may adversely ...