LIFEWORK Study: Table 1, Key topics
|Characteristics||Age, sex, marital status, country of birth, height, weight|
|Socioeconomic||Employment status, education|
|Lifestyle||Smoking, alcohol use, physical activity *)|
|Housing characteristics||Bedroom floor, position of the bedroom relative to the street|
|Residential history||Full residential history of addresses lived at for at least 12 months|
|Occupational history||AMIGO/EPIC-NL: full history of jobs performed for at least 6 months (job title, type of company, average number of hours per week), shift work (ever shift work and if permanent or rotating shift system) *)|
|The Nightingale Study: full history of jobs performed for at least 6 months (job title, type of company, average number of hours per week, shift work, physical activity), shift work (rotation, frequency, calendar years), chronotype (MEQ)  *)|
|EMF exposure||Current and historical mobile phone use, cordless phone use and internet mobile phone use †), job tasks or use of equipment likely to lead to high EMF exposure|
Physical and mental well-being (SF-12), headache (HIT-6),  migraine (ID-migraine),  sleep quality (MOS sleep scale),  memory problems, hearing problems, tinnitus
Past: doctor-assessed symptoms and diseases, and age at diagnosis for conditions and events including diabetes, cardiovascular events, neurodegenerative diseases, cancer, asthma *)
|Reproductive health (women): parity, birth outcomes, hormone use *)|
|Geospatial model||Environmental exposures|
|NISMap , ||RF-EMF from mobile phone base stations|
|ESCAPE LUR model , ||Air pollutants (PM2.5, PM2.5 absorbance, PM10, NO2, OPdtt)|
|NDVI ||Green space measure|
|STAMINA ||Traffic noise exposure (eg, Lden)|
|LOCATUS ||Built environment (eg, number of fast food restaurants and sport facilities in surrounding area)|
|Job-exposure matrix||Occupational exposures|
|ALOHA+JEM , ||Dust (biological, mineral dust), pesticides (all pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, fungicides), solvents (total solvents, aromatic solvents, chlorinated solvents)|
|DOM-JEM , ||Diesel motor exhaust fumes, asbestos, chromium, nickel, PAHs, silica, animal dust, biological dust, endotoxin|
|Shock-JEM ||Electric shocks at work|
|ELF-MF JEM ||Extremely low-frequency magnetic fields|
- * Items differed slightly between AMIGO, EPIC-NL and the Nightingale questionnaires
- † More detailed information can be found in Schüz et al. 
- AMIGO, Occupational and Environmental Health Cohort Study; ELF-MF, extremely low-frequency magnetic fields; EMF, electromagnetic fields; EPIC-NL, European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition in the Netherlands; ESCAPE, European Study of Cohorts for Air Pollution Effects; HIT, Headache Impact Test; ID-migraine, identification of migraine; JEM, job-exposure matrix; Lden, day-evening-night weighted average traffic noise level for 2011; LUR, land use regression; MEQ, Morningness-Eveningness Questionnaire; MOS, Medical Outcomes Study; NDVI, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index; NO2, nitrogen dioxide; OPdtt, oxidative potential; PAH, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon; PM10, particulate matter with diameter = 10 µm; RF-EMF, radiofrequency electromagnetic fields; SF, Short Form Health Survey; STAMINA, Standard Model Instrumentation for Noise Assessments.
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