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A poster described an assessment of presence of and access to natural environments and associations with health, quality of life, and depressive symptoms.
A study examined the effect of gene-environment interactions on the incidence and severity of asthma.
A presentation described associations between residential greenness, physical activity, and self-reported well-being.
A poster provides an example of how contradictory results may arise from certain analysis methods, and discusses how small changes in implementation details of these methods can affect their power.
An investigation of black-white disparities in suboptimal sleep and cardiometabolic health showed no racial disparities in short-sleep duration.
An analysis of population-based epidemiologic data estimates the prevalence of phantom odor perception and identifies factors associated with this potentially debilitating condition.