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9/11 Health - Others Affected

Suggested Reading

Long-term Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms among 3,271 Civilian Survivors of the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks on the World Trade Center.


DiGrande L, Neria Y, Brackbill RM et al. American Journal of Epidemiology. 2011 Feb 1;173(3):271-81.

Long-term Course of Probable PTSD After the 9/11 Attacks: A Study in Urban Primary Care.


Neria Y, Ofson M, Gameroff MJ et al. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 2010; 23(4): 474-482.

Exposure to 9/11 among Youth and Their Mothers in New York City: Enduring Associations with Mental Health and Sociopolitical Attitudes.


Gershoff ET, Aber JL, Ware A et al. Child Development 2010 July/August 81;4: 1142-1160.

Respiratory and Cardiovascular Hospitalizations after the World Trade Center Disaster.


Lin S, Gomez MI, Gensburg L, et al. Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health. 2010; 65(1):12-20.

NIOSH Science Blog: Respiratory Health Consequences Resulting from the Collapse of the WTC 


Dr. David Prezant, Chief Medical Officer and Co-Director of the Fire Department of New York World Trade Center Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program and Professor of Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
September 8, 2008

Organizational Factors and Office Workers' Health after the World Trade Center Terrorist Attacks: Long-Term Physical Symptoms, Psychological Distress and Work Productivity.


Osinubi OY, Gandhi SK, Ohman-Strickland Pet. al. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2008 Feb;50(2):112-125.

Terrorism, acute stress, and cardiovascular health: a 3-year national study following the September 11th attacks


Holman EA, Silver RC, Poulin M, et. al. Archives of General Psychiatry. 2008. 65(1):73-80.

The legacy of World Trade Center dust

Samet J, Geyh AS, Utell MJ, et al. New England Journal of Medicine. 2007. 356:2233-2236.

World Trade Center disaster: short- and medium-term health outcome

Moscato G, Yacoub MR. Monaldi Archives for Chest Disease. 2007. 67:154-158.

Surveillance for World Trade Center disaster health effects among survivors of collapsed and damaged buildings

Brackbill RM, Thorpe LE, DiGrande L, et al. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report Surveillance Summary. 2006. 55:1-18.

PTSD, depression, prescription drug use, and health care utilization of Chinese workers affected by the WTC attacks

de Bocanegra HT, Moskalenko S, Kramer EJ. Journal of Immigrant & Minority Health. 2006. 8:203-210.

Health consequences of the September 11 WTC attacks: a review

Moline J, Herbert R, Nguyen N. Cancer Investigations. 2006. 24:294-301.

Physical and mental health symptoms among NYC transit workers seven and one-half months after the WTC attacks

Tapp LC, Baron S, Bernard B, et al. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 2005. 47:475-83.

Granulomatous pneumonitis following exposure to the WTC Collapse

Safirstein BH, Klukowicz A, Miller R, et al. Chest. 2003. 123:301-304.

Health effects and occupational exposures among office workers near the World Trade Center disaster site

Trout D, Nimgade A, Mueller C, et al. Journal of Occupational Medicine. 2002. 44:601-605

WTC Scientific Bibliography


 
 

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