28 Tobacco Control and Oral Health.

Scott L. Tomar, Benjamin W. Chaffee

Causal Inference in Oral Health Epidemiology.

Gustavo G. Nascimento, Benjamin W. Chaffee

Cigarette Smoking Is Associated with Clinical and Biological Heterogeneity in Patients with the Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.

F. Moazed, C.M. Hendrickson, A. Jauregui, K. Vessel, T. Deiss, S. Ke, J. Abbott, H. Zhuo, A.D. Gomez, P. Sinha, K.N. Kangelaris, M.A. Matthay, K. Liu, C.S. Calfee

Stereo in-line holographic digital microscope.

Thomas Zimmerman,Nick Antipa,Daniel Elnatan,Alessio Murru,Sujoy Biswas,Vito Pastore,Mayara Bonani,Laura Waller,Jennifer Fung,Gianni Fenu,Simone Bianco

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Brock T, Apollonio DE. Paving the desire paths of health information needs: Teaching students to edit Wikipedia. BMC Series blog

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Tsoh J, Apollonio DE, Hall S, Vijayaraghvan M, Ramo DE, Ling P, Lempert LL, Glantz SA. FDA’s Nicotine Steering Committee should develop policies, regulations, and procedures that promote cessation and increase the use of proven therapies. US FDA Public Comment, Docket FDA-2018-N-0128.

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Apollonio DE, Glantz SA, Hall S, Lempert LL, St.Helen G, Tsoh J. The FDA should not adopt the nicotine “harm reduction” paradigm because doing so is likely to increase the amount of smoking-caused disease and death. US FDA Public Comment, Docket FDA-2017-N-6529.

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