A cohort study of mortality among Ontario pipe trades workers.

Finkelstein MM, Verma DK. Occup Environ Med. 2004 Sep;61(9):736-42. AIMS: To study mortality in a cohort of members of the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada and to compare results with two previous proportional

Workplace health and safety concerns in service organizations in the inner city.

Holness DL, Somerville S, Kosny A, Gadeski J, Mastandrea JJ, Sinclair GM. J Urban Health. 2004 Sep;81(3):489-97. There is little known about occupational health and safety concerns or programs in workplaces in the inner city. This work was part of a needs assessment for development of occupational h

Genotypic variation in Penicillium chrysogenum from indoor environments.

Scott J, Untereiner WA, Wong B, Straus NA, Malloch D. Mycologia. 2004 Sep-Oct;96(5):1095-105. ABSTRACT: We examined 198 isolates of P. chysogenum recovered from 109 houses in Wallaceburg, Ontario, and 25 culture collection isolates including seven ex-type strains. Multilocus genotypes were determine