Long-term residence in areas of high ozone: Associations with respiratory health in a nationwide sample of nonsmoking young adults
Geographic exposure modeling: A valuable extension of geographic information systems for use in environmental epidemiology
Estimating the Mortality Impacts of Particulate Matter: What Can Be Learned from Between-Study Variability?
Time-Series Analysis of Acidic Particulate Matter and Daily Mortality and Morbidity in the Buffalo, New York, Region
8-Hydroxy-2'-deoxyguanosine, a major mutagenic oxidative DNA lesion, and DNA strand breaks in nasal respiratory epithelium of children exposed to urban pollution
Number Concentration and Size of Particles in Urban Air: Effects on Spirometric Lung Function in Adult Asthmatic Subjects
Assessing Confounding, Effect Modification, and Thresholds in the Association between Ambient Particles and Daily Deaths
Epidemiology of Fine Particulate Air Pollution and Human Health: Biologic Mechanisms and Who's at Risk?
Traffic-Related Air Pollution Affects Peak Expiratory Flow, Exhaled Nitric Oxide, and Inflammatory Nasal Markers
Permissible daily airborne particle mass levels encompass brief excursions to the "London fog" range, which may contribute to daily mortality and morbidity in communities