The Table of Contents for Volume 111, Issue 7 of the journal Birth Defects Research is now available.
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Hypospadias risk is increased with maternal residential exposure to hormonally active hazardous air pollutants
Kunj R. Sheth, Erin Kovar, Jeffrey T. White, Tiffany M. Chambers, Erin C. Peckham‐Gregory, Marisol O'Neill, Peter H. Langlois, Abhishek Seth, Michael E. Scheurer, Philip J. Lupo, and Carolina J. Jorgez
Published online 29 January 2019
Birth prevalence of orofacial clefts among perinatal infants: A register‐based study in Bao'an district, Shenzhen, China
Ya Li Luo, Wei Wang, Xiao Hui Gao, Yue Hua Huang, Quan Xu, and Yu Li Cheng
Published online 23 February 2019
2018 U.S. Virgin Islands Zika health brigade: Providing recommended pediatric health screenings for infants born to mothers with laboratory evidence of Zika virus exposure during pregnancy
Braeanna Hillman, Derval N. Petersen, Romeo R. Galang, Shana Godfred‐Cato, Charmaine Mayers,
Yvonne Thomas, Andra Prosper, Janney Hawley, Monica Halbert, Mary Noe, Megan Reynolds, Dan Schoelles, Lessely Brown‐Shuler, Nicole Fehrenbach, and Esther M. Ellis
Published online 11 March 2019
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