Scott Weichenthal
Scott Weichenthal
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Global estimates of mortality associated with long-term exposure to outdoor fine particulate matter
R Burnett, H Chen, M Szyszkowicz, N Fann, B Hubbell, CA Pope III, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (38), 9592-9597, 2018
A review of pesticide exposure and cancer incidence in the Agricultural Health Study cohort
S Weichenthal, C Moase, P Chan
Environmental health perspectives 118 (8), 1117-1125, 2010
Traffic-related air pollution and acute changes in heart rate variability and respiratory function in urban cyclists
S Weichenthal, R Kulka, A Dubeau, C Martin, D Wang, R Dales
Environmental health perspectives 119 (10), 1373-1378, 2011
Pesticides and childhood cancer: an update of Zahm and Ward's 1998 review
C Infante-Rivard, S Weichenthal
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B 10 (1-2), 81-99, 2007
Risk estimates of mortality attributed to low concentrations of ambient fine particulate matter in the Canadian community health survey cohort
L Pinault, M Tjepkema, DL Crouse, S Weichenthal, A van Donkelaar, ...
Environmental health 15, 1-15, 2016
Metal composition of fine particulate air pollution and acute changes in cardiorespiratory physiology
S Cakmak, R Dales, LM Kauri, M Mahmud, K Van Ryswyk, J Vanos, L Liu, ...
Environmental pollution 189, 208-214, 2014
Exposure to traffic-related air pollution during physical activity and acute changes in blood pressure, autonomic and micro-vascular function in women: a cross-over study
S Weichenthal, M Hatzopoulou, MS Goldberg
Particle and fibre toxicology 11, 1-16, 2014
Associations between fine particulate matter and mortality in the 2001 Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort
LL Pinault, S Weichenthal, DL Crouse, M Brauer, A Erickson, ...
Environmental research 159, 406-415, 2017
PM2.5, oxidant defence and cardiorespiratory health: a review
SA Weichenthal, K Godri Pollitt, PJ Villeneuve
Environmental Health 12, 1-8, 2013
Indoor ultrafine particles and childhood asthma: exploring a potential public health concern.
S Weichenthal, A Dufresne, C Infante-Rivard
Indoor air 17 (2), 2007
Ambient air pollution and adverse birth outcomes: differences by maternal comorbidities
E Lavigne, AS Yasseen III, DM Stieb, P Hystad, A Van Donkelaar, ...
Environmental research 148, 457-466, 2016
Long-term exposure to fine particulate matter: association with nonaccidental and cardiovascular mortality in the agricultural health study cohort
S Weichenthal, PJ Villeneuve, RT Burnett, A Van Donkelaar, RV Martin, ...
Environmental health perspectives 122 (6), 609-615, 2014
A land use regression model for ambient ultrafine particles in Montreal, Canada: A comparison of linear regression and a machine learning approach
S Weichenthal, K Van Ryswyk, A Goldstein, S Bagg, M Shekkarizfard, ...
Environmental research 146, 65-72, 2016
Ambient PM2.5 and risk of emergency room visits for myocardial infarction: impact of regional PM2.5 oxidative potential: a case-crossover study
S Weichenthal, E Lavigne, G Evans, K Pollitt, RT Burnett
Environmental Health 15, 1-9, 2016
Selected physiological effects of ultrafine particles in acute cardiovascular morbidity
S Weichenthal
Environmental Research 115, 26-36, 2012
Long-term exposure to ambient ultrafine particles and respiratory disease incidence in in Toronto, Canada: a cohort study
S Weichenthal, L Bai, M Hatzopoulou, K Van Ryswyk, JC Kwong, ...
Environmental Health 16, 1-11, 2017
The impact of traffic volume, composition, and road geometry on personal air pollution exposures among cyclists in Montreal, Canada
M Hatzopoulou, S Weichenthal, H Dugum, G Pickett, L Miranda-Moreno, ...
Journal of exposure science & environmental epidemiology 23 (1), 46-51, 2013
Characterizing the spatial distribution of ambient ultrafine particles in Toronto, Canada: A land use regression model
S Weichenthal, K Van Ryswyk, A Goldstein, M Shekarrizfard, ...
Environmental pollution 208, 241-248, 2016
Association of residential greenness with obesity and physical activity in a US cohort of women
PJ Villeneuve, M Jerrett, JG Su, S Weichenthal, DP Sandler
Environmental research 160, 372-384, 2018
Ambient particulate matter oxidative potential: Chemical determinants, associated health effects, and strategies for risk management
D Gao, S Ripley, S Weichenthal, KJG Pollitt
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 151, 7-25, 2020
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