CONTENTS — volume 16, no 4, 1990

Original article

Man-made mineral fibers and lung cancer. Epidemiologic evidence regarding the causal hypothesis.
Prevalence of adverse reproductive outcomes in a population occupationally exposed to pesticides in Colombia.
Birth defects among children born to a population occupationally exposed to pesticides in Colombia.
Mortality of cellulose fiber production workers.
Cancer risk among health care personnel in Finland, 1971-1980.
Chronic perceived work stress and blood pressure among Australian government employees.
Respiratory symptoms and lung function of aluminum potroom workers.
Moderate cold exposure in the Faroe fishing industry.
Validity of exposure data obtained by questionnaire. Two examples from occupational reproductive studies.
Liver injury in workers exposed to dimethylformamide.

Letter to the Editor

Directionality in the association between lumbar degenerative changes and back pain.
Health and safety requirements of jobs.