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SSS epidemiologists author presentations and posters for the 2020 American Urology Association annual meeting.
A study examined doctors’ recommendations on avoidance of dust mites, mold, pests, air pollution, and second-hand smoke.
An analysis of NTP data shows responses to tested compounds may cluster by litter, potentially affecting analysis methods.
A study assessed the prevalence of fertility counseling provided to women diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 45.
A study used data from The National Children’s Study Archive to examine screen time, reading time, and play time.
A study characterized gene expression in an autoimmune disease in children that causes skin rash and muscle weakness.
A study evaluates the effects of hormonal changes on objective sleep measures in young women.
At a policy summit, SSS epidemiologist discussed the prevalence and incidence of diabetes, and health insurance coverage.
A poster describes a novel application of machine learning to correct for measurement error in self-reported smoking.
A study validated questionnaire-based definitions of COPD against objective lung-function data.
An oral and poster presentation at SLEEP 2019 investigated associations between pregnancy, sleep, and race/ethnicity.
Among those with diabetes, mean heart rate increases with increasing A1c, a measure of average blood glucose.
Using data from the Gulf Long-Term Follow-up Study, researchers looked at whether reduced lung function seen early on has persisted.
A poster describes 10-year trends in UTI prevalence, sociodemographics, and prescription practices.
A poster described the association between a pro-inflammatory diet and breast cancer risk, particularly triple negative breast cancer.
A poster describes 10-year trends in prevalence of urinary tract infections and persistent disparities.
A presentation described trends in the clinical management of several urologic diseases.
A presentation examined mortality among oil spill response and cleanup workers 1–6 years following the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
A poster described a study that used private insurance enrollment date to retain age granularity when birth date is not present in administrative claims data.
A poster at SLEEP 2018 reported associations between trauma in early life and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in adulthood based on data from women in the Sister Study.
A presentation highlighted challenges of constructing a cohort of 32,000 individuals involved in the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill response and clean-up efforts.