Byline: SAMANTHA COPE What's making the headlines this week MEN are up to 40 per cent less likely to die of prostate cancer if they eat a diet rich in oily fish, according to the American Journal of Epidemiology.
What does AJE stand for?
AJE stands for American Journal of Epidemiology
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We have 24 other meanings of AJE in our Acronym Attic
- Adam Junior Drum Throne (product)
- American Journal of Dance Therapy
- AspectJ Development Tools (Eclipse Foundation)
- Australian Journal of Dairy Technology (peer-reviewed publication)
- Adjusting Journal Entry (accounting)
- African Joint Effort (ILO/WHO Joint Effort on Occupational Health and Safety in Africa)
- Aircraft Jet Engine
- Al Jazeera English (TV channel; Qatar)
- Alliance for Jewish Education
- American Journal of Education
- Anti-Jam Equipment
- Association des Journalistes de l'Environnement (French: Association of Journalists of the Environment)
- Association des Journalistes Européens (French: Association of European Journalists; Belgium)
- Association des Juristes de l'État (French; Quebec, Canada)
- Association Jeunes Errants (French: Errant Youth Association)
- Association Jeunesse Education (French: Youth Education Association)
- Association Jeunesse et Entreprises (French: Youth and Business Association)
- Association Junior Études (French: Junior Studies Association)
- Association of Japanese Language Teachers in Europe
- Association Jeunesse Energie Avignonnaise (French: Association Youth Energy Avignon; est. 1992; Avignon, France)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The University of Columbia's Dr Andrew Rundle told the American Journal of Epidemiology that buses and cars should use cleaner fuel.
But women who took it during weeks 16 to 30 of the pregnancy increased their risk of having a child with asthma by about 30 percent, according to the research, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.
Among the 45 pesticides evaluated, the only statistically significant exposure-response trend observed occurred with methyl bromide, the team reports in the 1 May 2003 American Journal of Epidemiology.
A study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology found that many young women who tanned in salons at least 10 times a year had seven times the melanoma incidence of non-users.
1132-1141; American Journal of Epidemiology, 2000, Vol.
Pregnant women living in regions with higher levels of ozone and carbon monoxide were as much as three times more likely to give birth to children who suffered from serious heart defects, according to the study by the University of California, Los Angeles, to be published in Tuesday's edition of the American Journal of Epidemiology.
and others, "Impact of protease inhibitors and other antiretroviral treatments on acquired immunodeficiency syndrome survival in San Francisco, CA 1987-1996," American Journal of Epidemiology.