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Assessing Exposure to Household Air Pollution: A Systematic Review and Pooled Analysis of Carbon Monoxide as a Surrogate Measure of Particulate Matter

20:10 EDT 28 Jul 2017 | NIH

Introduction Over 2.8 billion people are exposed to household air pollution from cooking and heating with solid fuels, which include biomass (e.g., wood, crop residues, animal dung, charcoal) and coal (Bonjour et al. 2013). Household air pollution comprises many pollutants (Zhang and Smith 2007; Naeher et al. 2007) and is a leading health risk factor, […]

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