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North Carolina Infant Feeding Study

North Carolina Infant Feeding Study

The North Carolina Infant Feeding Study generated data that the Epidemiology Branch and its collaborators published in peer-reviewed journal articles. To find out more about the study, please click the following links to journal articles and abstracts.

1991

  1. Rogan WJ and Gladen BC. PCBs and DDE and child development at 18 and 24 months. Ann Epidemiol 1: 407-13, 1991.[Abstract ]
  2. Gladen BC and Rogan WJ. Effects of perinatal PCBs and DDE on later development. J Pediatr 119: 58-63, 1991.[Abstract ]

1988

  1. Gladen BC, Rogan WJ, Hardy P, Thullen JD, Tingelstad J, and Tully M. Development after exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls and dichlorodiphenyl dichloroethene transplacentally and through human milk. J Pediatr 113: 991-995, 1988.[Abstract ]

1987

  1. Rogan WJ, Gladen BC, McKinney JD, Carreras N, Hardy P, Thullen JD, Tingelstad J, and Tully M. PCBs and DDE in human milk: effects on growth, morbidity, and duration of lactation. Am J Public Health 77: 1294-1297, 1987.[Abstract ]

1986

  1. Rogan WJ, Gladen BC, McKinney JD, Carreras N, Hardy P, Thullen JD, Tingelstad J, and Tully M. Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and dichlorodiphenyl dichlorethene (DDE) in human milk: effects of maternal factors and previous lactation. Am J Public Health 76: 172-177, 1986.[Abstract ]
  2. Rogan WJ, Gladen BC, McKinney JD, Carreras N, Hardy P, Thullen JD, Tingelstad J, and Tully M. Neonatal effects of transplacental exposure to PCBs and DDE. J Pediatr 109: 335-341, 1986.[Abstract ]

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