Key term: mortality

Review 2012;38(6):503-515   pdf
Unrecognized risks of nickel-related respiratory cancer among Canadian electrolysis workers
Grimsrud TK, Andersen A
 
Editorial 2012;38(1):1-3   pdf
Noise and ischemic heart disease
Bonde JP, Kolstad HA
 
Original article 2012;38(1):19-26   pdf
Occupational noise exposure, social class, and risk of ischemic heart disease and all-cause mortality – a 16-year follow-up in the Copenhagen Male Study
Suadicani P, Hein HO, Gyntelberg F
 
Original article 2011;37(4):307-315   pdf
Cause-specific mortality and cancer incidence among 28 300 Royal Norwegian Navy servicemen followed for more than 50 years
Strand LA, Martinsen JI, Koefoed VF, Sommerfelt-Pettersen J, Grimsrud TK
 
Original article 2011;37(3):219-226   pdf
Low mortality and myocardial infarction incidence among flying personnel during working career and beyond
Linnersjö A, Brodin L-Å, Andersson C, Alfredsson L, Hammar N
 
Original article 2010;36(6):466-472   pdf
Physical work demands, hypertension status, and risk of ischemic heart disease and all-cause mortality in the Copenhagen Male Study
Holtermann A, Mortensen OS, Burr H, Søgaard K, Gyntelberg F, Suadicani P
 
Original article 1979;5(3):297-303   pdf
Defining expected mortality in occupational studies
Vinni K, Hakama M
 
Original article 2010;36(6):499-508   pdf
Reduced lung cancer mortality and exposure to synthetic fluids and biocide in the auto manufacturing industry
Mehta AJ, Malloy EJ, Applebaum KM, Schwartz J, Christiani DC, Eisen EA
 
Editorial 2010;36(5):349-355   pdf
Physical activity and cardiovascular mortality – disentangling the roles of work, fitness, and leisure
Krause N
 
Amendments and corrections 1982;8(1):83-83
Re: “Lung cancer and other mortality patterna among foundrymen” by E Egan-Baum, BA Miller, RJ Wazweiler. Scand J Work Environ Health 1981;7 suppl 4:147–155
Egan-Baum E, Miller BA, Waxweiler RJ
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