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  • Perlstein, Todd; Weuve, Jennifer; Schwartz, Joel; Sparrow, David; Wright, Robert; Litonjua, Augusto; Nie, Huiling; Hu, Howard (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2007-12)
    BACKGROUND. Pulse pressure increases with age in industrialized societies as a manifestation of arterial stiffening. Lead accumulates in the vasculature and is associated with vascular oxidative stress, which can promote ...
  • Zhang, Aimin; Park, Sung Kyun; Wright, Robert O.; Weisskopf, Marc G.; Mukherjee, Bhramar; Nie, Huiling; Sparrow, David; Hu, Howard (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2010-09)
    BACKGROUND. Cumulative lead exposure is associated with a widened pulse pressure (PP; the difference between systolic and diastolic blood pressure), a marker of arterial stiffness and a predictor of cardiovascular disease. ...
  • Peters, Junenette L.; Weisskopf, Marc G.; Spiro, Avron; Schwartz, Joel; Sparrow, David; Nie, Huiling; Hu, Howard; Wright, Robert O.; Wright, Rosalind J. (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2010-04)
    BACKGROUND. Low-level exposure to lead and to chronic stress may independently influence cognition. However, the modifying potential of psychosocial stress on the neurotoxicity of lead and their combined relationship to ...
  • Wang, Florence T.; Hu, Howard; Schwartz, Joel; Weuve, Jennifer; Spiro, Avron S.; Sparrow, David; Nie, Huiling; Silverman, Edwin K.; Weiss, Scott T.; Wright, Robert O. (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2007-08)
    BACKGROUND. As iron and lead promote oxidative damage, and hemochromatosis (HFE) gene polymorphisms increase body iron burden, HFE variant alleles may modify the lead burden and cognitive decline relationship. OBJECTIVE. ...
  • Peters, Junenette L.; Kubzansky, Laura; McNeely, Eileen; Schwartz, Joel; Spiro, Avron; Sparrow, David; Wright, Robert O.; Nie, Huiling; Hu, Howard (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2007-08)
    BACKGROUND. Lead exposure and psychological stress have been independently associated with hypertension in various populations, and animal studies suggest that when they co-occur, their effects may be exacerbated. OBJECTIVES. ...

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