On this page you can find related studies on border health issues from various scientific publications.
- A study of household pesticide use in Douglas, Arizona: Bass JK, Ortega L, Rosales C, Petersen NJ, Philen RM. What’s being used at home: a household pesticide survey. Rev Panam Salud Publica; Mar 2001; 9(3):138-44.
- A case-control study looking at chemical exposure in the environment and systemic lupus erythematosus among Nogales residents: Balluz L, Philen R, Ortega L, Rosales C, Brock J, Barr D, Kieszak S. Investigation of systemic lupus erythematosus in Nogales, Arizona. American Journal of Epidemiology; 2001; 54(11):1029-36.
- A study describing differences in childhood pesticide exposures between Texas-Mexico border counties and non-border counties: Belson M, Kieszak S, Watson W, Blindauer KM, Phan K, Backer L, Rubin C. Childhood pesticide exposures on the Texas-Mexico border: clinical manifestations and poison center use. American Journal of Public Health; Aug 2003; 93 (8):1310-15.