Journal of Occupational Health
Online ISSN : 1348-9585
Print ISSN : 1341-9145
ISSN-L : 1341-9145
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  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12115
    Size of company of the longest-held job and mortality in older Japanese adults: A 6-year follow-up study from the Japan Gerontological Evaluation Study Read more
  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12109
    Effects of obesity, metabolic syndrome, and non-alcoholic or alcoholic elevated liver enzymes on incidence of diabetes following lifestyle intervention: A subanalysis of the J-DOIT1 Read more
  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12094
    Multiple exposures to poultry barn air and lipopolysaccharide synergistically increase the pulmonary expression of TLR-4 and IL-1β Read more
  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12095
    Five-year cumulative incidence of overweight and obesity, and longitudinal change in body mass index in Japanese workers: The Japan Epidemiology Collaboration on Occupational Health Study Read more
  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12097
    Tasuki for neck pain: An individually-randomized, open-label, waiting-list-controlled trial Read more
  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12098
    Association between anthropometric indices of obesity and risk of cardiovascular disease in Japanese men Read more
  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12088
    Health status of workers approximately 60 years of age and the risk of early death after compulsory retirement: A cohort study Read more
  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12087
    Networking of occupational health care units promotes reduction of permanent disability pensions among workers they care: A register-based study controlled by benchmarking with a 5-year follow-up Read more
  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12083
    Outdoor workers’ perceptions of skin cancer risk and attitudes to sun-protective measures: A qualitative study Read more
  • Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1 e12081
    Developing a global occupational health and safety management system model for Japanese companies Read more
  • Volume 61 (2019) Issue 1 Pages 36-53
    Factors of occurrence and improvement methods of presenteeism attributed to diabetes: A systematic review Read more
  • Volume 59 (2017) Issue 5 Pages 367-373
    Guidelines for personal exposure monitoring of chemicals: Part I Read more
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