How Much Risk?
A Guide to Understanding Environmental Health Hazards
Inge F. Goldstein and Martin Goldstein
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"The main intention of this book is to explain to a wide audience key concepts in environmental health, particularly environmental epidemiology, by using several high-profile issues as illustrations....These chapters were developed logically, with progressive construction of a framework of basic epidemiologic concepts, such as confounding, selection bias, statistical significance and power, confidence intervals, multiple comparisons, and casual inference criteria."--American Journal of Epidemiology