Socioeconomic inequalities in health: do our methods do them justice?

Weuve J. Magnitude matters: beyond detection in the presence of selection, in research on socioeconomic inequalities in health [invited commentary]. Epidemiology (in press).


Exposure to particulate air pollution and cognitive decline.

Weuve J, Puett RC, Schwartz J, Yanosky JD, Laden F*, Grodstein F*. Exposure to particulate air pollution and cognitive decline in older women. Archives of Internal Medicine 2012;172(3):219-227. * contributed equally

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Invited commentary (Archives of Internal Medicine)

Letter to the editor and reply (Archives of Internal Medicine)

Smog in our brains (Monitor on Psychology, American Psychological Association)

Can dirty air cloud the mind? (Alzheimer Research Forum)

Common air pollutant linked to mental decline (WBEZ, Chicago Public Radio)

Smog may harm women’s brains (HealthDay via MSN)

Air pollution tied to heart and brain risks (Well of the New York Times)

Air pollution ups risk of stroke, impaired memory (Science Friday)

Air pollution linked to cognitive decline (Voice of America)