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A comparison of the metabolic response to abdominal obesity in two Canadian Inuit and First Nations population.. 19(11):2254-60.. 2011.
The complexity of hair/blood mercury concentration ratios and its implications.. Environ Res. 134C:286-294.. 2014.
Diabetes and Related Metabolic Conditions in an Aboriginal Cree Community of Quebec, Canada. 33(3):156-162.. 2009.
Dioxin-like compounds and bone quality in Cree women of Eastern James Bay (Canada): a cross-sectional study.. Environ Health. 12(1):54.. 2013.
An examination of traditional foods and cigarette smoking as cadmium sources among the nine First Nations of Eeyou Istchee, Northern Quebec, Canada.. Environ Sci Process Impacts. 16(6):1422-33.. 2014.
Exposure and preliminary health assessments of the Oujé-Bougoumou Cree population to mine tailings residues : report of the survey. :257p... 2005.
Exposure of a Cree population living near mine tailings in northern Quebec (Canada) to metals and metalloids.. 59(12):732-41.. 2004.
Iodine status of Eeyou Istchee community members of northern Quebec, Canada, and potential sources.. Environ Sci Process Impacts. 17(4):844-53.. 2015.
A needs and feasibility study for a comprehensive assessment of exposure to mercury [and other contaminants] and health status of Eeyouch of Eeyou Istchee : final report. :8p.. 2004.
Nituuchischaayihtitaau Aschii multi-community environment and health longitudinal study in Eeyou Istchee: Eastmain and Wemindji Technical Report.. 2011.
Nituuchischaayihtitaau Aschii Multi-Community Environment-and-Health Study in Eyou Istchee, 2005-2009: Final Technical Report.. 2013.
Nituuchischaayihtitaau Aschii Multi-community Environment-and-health Longitudinal Study in Iiyiyiu Aschii: Mistissini Technical Report.. 2007.
Plasma concentrations of persistent organic pollutants in the Cree of northern Quebec, Canada: results from the multi-community environment-and-health study.. Sci Total Environ. 470-471:818-28.. 2014.
Quality of diet is associated with insulin resistance in the Cree (Eeyouch) indigenous population of northern Québec.. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis. 25(1):85-92.. 2015.