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The Prevalence of Antibiotic-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Nasal Carriage among Industrial Hog Operation Workers, Community Residents, and Children Living in Their Households: North Carolina, USA
Sarah M. Hatcher, Sarah M. Rhodes, Jill R. Stewart, Ellen Silbergeld, Nora Pisanic, Jesper Larsen, Sharon Jiang, Amanda Krosche, Devon Hall, Karen C. Carroll, and Christopher D. Heaney

The GuLF STUDY: A Prospective Study of Persons Involved in the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Response and Clean-Up
Richard K. Kwok, Lawrence S. Engel, Aubrey K. Miller, Aaron Blair, Matthew D. Curry, W. Braxton Jackson II, Patricia A. Stewart, Mark R. Stenzel, Linda S. Birnbaum, and Dale P. Sandler, for the GuLF STUDY Research Team

Management Options for Reducing the Release of Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance Genes to the Environment
Amy Pruden, D.G. Joakim Larsson, Alejandro Amézquita, Peter Collignon, Kristian K. Brandt, David W. Graham, James M. Lazorchak, Satoru Suzuki, Peter Silley, Jason R. Snape, Edward Topp, Tong Zhang, and Yong-Guan Zhu

Soy Formula and Epigenetic Modifications: Analysis of Vaginal Epithelial Cells from Infant Girls in the IFED Study
Sophia Harlid, Margaret Adgent, Wendy N. Jefferson, Vijayalakshmi Panduri, David M. Umbach, Zongli Xu, Virginia A. Stallings, Carmen J. Williams, Walter J. Rogan, and Jack A. Taylor

Announcements

EHP is pleased to announce that it is now operating under a continuous publication workflow! As indicated in a previous announcement. continuous publication allows EHP to post new content online throughout the month, as each paper becomes ready for an issue. This gets content out to our readers much more quickly than the old issue-based model, and unlike our previous Advance Publication model, these are final, edited articles. (more )

EHP is pleased to announce that Prenatal Exposure to Glycol Ethers and Neurocognitive Abilities in 6-Year-Old Children: The PELAGIE Cohort Study. published in EHP on 14 October 2016, has been selected by the Children’s Environmental Health Network (CEHN) as its May 2017 Article of the Month. CEHN Article of the Month summaries discuss the potential policy implications of current children’s environmental health research. The CEHN summary can be viewed here .

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