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- Environ. Health Perspect. (2009)

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Important advances in science often result from research that is novel or contrary to accepted paradigms... As always, we welcome your feedback... EHP is pleased to announce a significant redesign of the journal’s website starting in September... The new website utilizes an open source platform for publishing our news and research articles... In addition to advanced search capabilities, we have included the ability to browse articles by subject category and publication date... There are RSS feeds for newly published articles by date and subject category... The website also includes community features such as threaded discussions; ratings for news articles; user profiles; formal correction and retraction annotations by EHP staff; and TrackBack support... We have improved capability to link to related articles and issues and to access recently published, most viewed, and featured discussion material... The new website also includes new features for article citation, as well as PDF and XML downloads... EHP welcomes your feedback and suggestions as you begin to explore the new features and layout of the new website... We consider the website to be a dynamic feature of the journal and intend to institute modifications and updates as needed.

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Notes from the editor. Commentaries in EHP.

- Environ. Health Perspect. (2009)

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Important advances in science often result from research that is novel or contrary to accepted paradigms... As always, we welcome your feedback... EHP is pleased to announce a significant redesign of the journal’s website starting in September... The new website utilizes an open source platform for publishing our news and research articles... In addition to advanced search capabilities, we have included the ability to browse articles by subject category and publication date... There are RSS feeds for newly published articles by date and subject category... The website also includes community features such as threaded discussions; ratings for news articles; user profiles; formal correction and retraction annotations by EHP staff; and TrackBack support... We have improved capability to link to related articles and issues and to access recently published, most viewed, and featured discussion material... The new website also includes new features for article citation, as well as PDF and XML downloads... EHP welcomes your feedback and suggestions as you begin to explore the new features and layout of the new website... We consider the website to be a dynamic feature of the journal and intend to institute modifications and updates as needed.

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