Author: Albin M

Original article [online first; 12 August 2020]   pdf
Occupational exposure to noise in relation to pregnancy-related hypertensive disorders and diabetes
Lissåker CT, Gustavsson P, Albin M, Ljungman P, Bodin T, Sjöström M, Selander J
 
Original article [online first; 29 July 2020]   pdf
Effect of welding fumes on the cardiovascular system: a six-year longitudinal study
Taj T, Gliga AR, Hedmer M, Wahlberg K, Assarsson E, Lundh T, Tinnerberg H, Albin M, Broberg K
 
Letter to the editor 2020;46(1):110-112   pdf full text
A silent epidemic: occupational exposure limits are insufficiently protecting individual worker health
Albin M, Gustavsson P
 
Original article 2019;45(6):642-650   pdf full text
Postmenopausal breast cancer and occupational exposure to chemicals
Videnros C, Selander J, Wiebert P, Albin M, Plato N, Borgquist S, Manjer K, Gustavsson P
 
Original article 2011;37(4):316-324   pdf
N–nitrosamines are associated with shorter telomere length
Li H, Jönsson BAG, Lindh CH, Albin M, Broberg K
 
Discussion paper SJWEH Suppl 2009; (7):41-47   pdf
Occupational health epidemiology in the Nordic countries – status and trends
Albin M, Jakobsson K
 
Discussion paper 2009;35(5):394-396   pdf
Perspectives of working life research
Järvholm B, Albin M, Johansson G, Wadensjö E
 
Amendments and corrections 2007;33(1):80-80   pdf
Re: Björk J, Ardö J, Stroh E, Lövkvist H, Östergren P-O, Albin M. Road traffic noise in southern Sweden and its relation to annoyance, disturbance of daily activities and health. Scand J Work Environ Health 2006;32(5):392–401.
Björk J, Ardö J, Stroh E, Lövkvist H, Östergren P-O, Albin M
 
Original article 2006;32(5):392-401   pdf
Road traffic noise in southern Sweden and its relation to annoyance, disturbance of daily activities and health
Björk J, Ardö J, Stroh E, Lövkvist H, Östergren P-O, Albin M
 
Original article 2006;32(1):51-60   pdf
Fertility among female hairdressers
Axmon A, Rylander L, Lillienberg L, Albin M, Hagmar L
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