Ethnic and socioeconomic inequalities in air pollution exposure: a cross-sectional analysis of nationwide individual-level data from the Netherlands

Lieke van den Brekel, Virissa Lenters, Joreintje D. Mackenbach, Gerard Hoek, Alfred Wagtendonk, Jeroen Lakerveld, Diederick E. Grobbee, Ilonca Vaartjes
The Lancet

Associations between dimensions of the social environment and cardiometabolic risk factors: Systematic review and meta-analysis

Taymara C. Abreu, Joreintje D. Mackenbach, Fleur Heuvelman, Linda J. Schoonmade, Joline W.J. Beulens
SSM - Population Health

Associations between the neighbourhood food environment and cardiovascular disease: a systematic review

Paul Meijer, Hidser Numans, Jeroen Lakerveld
European Journal of Preventive Cardiology

A detour for snacks and beverages? A cross-sectional assessment of selective dairy mobility bias in food outlet exposure along the commuting route and dietary intakes

Lai Wei, Joreintje Machkenbach, Maartje Poelman, Roel Vermeulen, Marco Helibich
Health & Place

A State-of-the-Science Review on High-Resolution Metabolomics Application in Air Pollution Health Research: Current Progress, Analytical Challenges, and Recommendations for Future Direction

Donghai Liang, Zhenjiang Li, Jelle Vlaanderen, Ziyin Tang, Dean P. Jones, Roel Vermeulen, and Jeremy A. Sarnat
Environmental Health Perspective

Decoding the exposome

Decoding the exposome

The environment we live in has a dominant impact on our health. It explains an estimated seventy percent of the chronic disease burden. Where we live, what we eat, how much we exercise, the air we breathe and whom we associate with; all of these environmental factors play a role. The combination of these factors over the life course is called the exposome. There is general (scientific) consensus that understanding more about the exposome will help explain the current burden of disease and that it provides entry points for prevention and ...

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