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There are 11 studies that match your criteria (2 of which are reviews, comments, or miscellaneous).
Criteria: Study Type=Epidemiology,Freq Range=0 - 300 Hz (Static, ELF),Study Subtype=Teratogenicity, Reproduction, & Development

View This Study - Citation No: 1059
Title MATERNAL OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELDS DURING PREGNANCY AND CHILDHOOD LEUKEMIA
Reference Epidemiology, Vol. 14, Pg. 437 - 441, 2003
Author(s) Infante-Rivard C., Deadman J. E.
PubMed UID 12843769
Project ID 1446
 
View This Study - Citation No: 1060
Title INDIVIDUAL ESTIMATION OF EXPOSURES TO EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELDS IN JOBS COMMONLY HELD BY WOMEN
Reference Am J Epidemiology, Vol. 155, Pg. 368 - 378, 2002
Author(s) Infante-Rivard C., Deadman J. E.
PubMed UID 11836202
Project ID 1446
 
View This Study - Citation No: 1062
Title ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD EXPOSURE DURING PREGNANCY AND CHILDHOOD LEUKAEMIA
Reference Lancet, Vol. 346, Pg. 177 - , 1995
Author(s) Infante-Rivard C.
PubMed UID
Project ID 1446
 
View This Study - Citation No: 2437 (Dosimetry)
Title EXPOSURE OF WELDERS AND OTHER METAL WORKERS TO ELF MAGNETIC FIELDS
Reference Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 18, Pg. 470 - 477, 1997
Author(s) Skotte J. H., Hjollund H. I.
PubMed UID 9338628
Project ID 1457
 
View This Study - Citation No: 2438
Title EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELDS AND FERTILITY: A FOLLOW UP STUDY OF COUPLES PLANNING FIRST PREGNANCIES. THE DANISH FIRST PREGNANCY PLANNER STUDY TEAM
Reference Occup Environ Med, Vol. 56, Pg. 253 - 255, 1999
Author(s) Hjollund N. H., Skotte J. H., Kolstad H. A., Bonde J. P.
PubMed UID 10450242
Project ID 1457
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4496
Title MATERNAL OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELDS AND THE RISK OF BRAIN CANCER IN THE OFFSPRING
Reference Cancer Causes Control, Vol. 20, Pg. 945 - 955, 2009
Author(s) Li P., McLaughlin J., Infante-Rivard C.
PubMed UID 19224378
Project ID 1446
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4721
Title EXPOSURE TO MAGNETIC FIELDS AND THE RISK OF POOR SPERM QUALITY.
Reference Reprod Toxicol., Vol. 29, Pg. 86 - 92, 2010
Author(s) Li D. K., Yan B., Gao E., Ferber J. R., Yuan W., et al. .
PubMed UID 19910156
Project ID 2150
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5981
Title Maternal residential proximity to sources of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields and adverse birth outcomes in a UK cohort.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 35, Pg. 201 - 209, 2014
Author(s) de Vocht F., Hannam K., Baker P., Agius R.
PubMed UID 24482293
Project ID 2480
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6405
Title Residential proximity to electromagnetic field sources and birth weight: Minimizing residual confounding using multiple imputation and propensity score matching.
Reference Environ Int., Vol. 69, Pg. 51 - 57, 2014
Author(s) de Vocht F., Lee B.
PubMed UID 24815339
Project ID 2480
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6494
Title Maternal exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields: Association with time to pregnancy and foetal growth.
Reference Environ Int., Vol. 94, Pg. 620 - 625, 2016
Author(s) Eskelinen T., Roivainen P., Makela P., Keinanen J., Juutilainen J., et al. .
PubMed UID 27395334
Project ID 2637
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6516 (Letter to the Editor)
Title Comments on "Maternal exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields: Association with time to pregnancy and foetal growth".
Reference Environ Int., Vol. 96, Pg. 190 - 191, 2016
Author(s) de Vocht F., Burstyn I.
PubMed UID 27613000
Project ID 2637