Highway proximity associated with cardiovascular disease risk: the influence of individual-level confounders and exposure misclassification.

Brugge, Doug.
Lane, Kevin.
Padró-Martínez, Luz T.
Stewart, Andrea.
Hoesterey, Kyle.
Weiss, David.
Wang, Ding Ding.
Levy, Jonathan I.
Patton, Allison P.
Zamore, Wig.
Mwamburi, Mkaya.
2013

Background: Elevated cardiovascular disease risk has been reported with proximity to highways or busy roadways, but proximity measures can be challenging to interpret given potential confounders and exposure error.

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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/010082
Original publication
Brugge, Doug, Kevin Lane, Luz T. Padró-Martínez, Andrea Stewart, Kyle Hoesterey, David Weiss, Ding Ding Wang, Jonathan I. Levy, Allison P. Patton, Wig Zamore, and Mkaya Mwamburi. "Highway proximity associated with cardiovascular disease risk: the influence of individual-level confounders and exposure misclassification." Environmental Health 12, no. 1 (12, 2013): 1-12.
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