Journal of Occupational Health Vol.57 No.3 May 2015


TABLE OF CONTENTS


Review

Economic impact of corporate wellness programs in Europe: A literature review
Martinez-Lemos, R.I..


Original

Subchronic exposure to arsenic induces apoptosis in the hippocampus of the mouse brains through the Bcl-2/Bax pathway
Wang, Y., et al.


Is suicidal ideation linked to working hours and shift work in Korea?
Yoon, C.-G., et al.


Risk of bile duct cancer among printing workers exposed to 1,2-dichloropropane and/or dichloromethane
Sobue, T., et al.


Analysis of salivary cortisol levels to determine the association between depression level and differences in circadian rhythms of shift-working nurses
Baba, M., et al.


Chemical exposure levels in printing workers with cholangiocarcinoma (second report)
Yamada, K., et al.


Screening of dry eye disease in visual display terminal workers during occupational health examinations: The Moriguchi study
Kawashima, M., et al.


Working conditions and leisure-time physical activity among waged workers in South Korea: A cross-sectional study
Kim, C., et al.


Evaluation of DNA damage in lymphocytes of radiology personnel by comet assay
Khisroon, M., et al.


Acute dermal toxicity and sensitization studies of novel nano-enhanced UV absorbers
Piasecka-Zelga, J., et al.


Field Study

Risk factors for work-related stress and subjective hardship in health-care staff in nursing homes for the elderly: A cross-sectional study
Pelissier, C., et al.


Brief Reports

Sense of coherence modifies the effect of overtime work on mental health
Ohta, M., et al.


Comparison of the exposure-excretion relationship between men and women exposed to organic solvents
Kawai, T., et al.