Key term: CVD

Original article [online first; 7 January 2018]   pdf
Shift work schedule and night work load: Effects on body mass index – a four-year longitudinal study
Buchvold HV, Pallesen S, Waage S, Bjorvatn B
 
Original article 2017;43(4):385-390   pdf full text
The association between blood lead levels and cardiovascular diseases among lead-exposed male workers
Min Y-S, Ahn Y-S
 
Original article 2017;43(2):146-154   pdf full text
Joint association of multimorbidity and work ability with risk of long-term sickness absence: a prospective cohort study with register follow-up
Sundstrup E, Jakobsen MD, Mortensen OS, Andersen LL
 
Original article 2016;42(4):291-298   pdf full text
Self-reported occupational physical activity and cardiorespiratory fitness: Importance for cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality
Holtermann A, Marott JL, Gyntelberg F, Søgaard K, Mortensen OS, Prescott E, Schnohr P
 
Original article 2015;41(3):259-267   pdf full text
Primary selection into shift work and change of cardiovascular risk profile
Yong M, Germann C, Lang S, Oberlinner C
 
Original article 2013;39(3):284-294   pdf full text
Long-term effects of an occupational health guideline on employees’ body weight-related outcomes, cardiovascular disease risk factors, and quality of life: results from a randomized controlled trial
Verweij LM, Proper KI, Weel ANH, Hulshof CTJ, van Mechelen W
 
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 2010;36(5):373-383   pdf
Mortality from circulatory system diseases and low-level radon exposure in the French cohort study of uranium miners, 1946–1999
Nusinovici S, Vacquier B, Leuraud K, Metz-Flamant C, Caër-Lorho S, Acker A, Laurier D
 
Review 2010;36(2):96-108   pdf
Shift work and cardiovascular disease – pathways from circadian stress to morbidity
Puttonen S, Härmä M, Hublin C
 
Original article 1989;15(3):165-179   pdf
Cardiovascular diseases and the work environment. A critical review of the epidemiologic literature on nonchemical factors.
Kristensen TS