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Effect of ozone associated with summertime photochemical smog on the frequency of asthma visits to hospital emergency departments.
Fungal spores can be transported globally in clouds of desert dust. Many species of fungi (commonly known as molds) and bacteria--including some that are human pathogens--have characteristics suited to long-range atmospheric transport. Dust from the African desert can affect air quality in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas. Asian desert dust can affect air quality in Asia, the Arctic, North America, and Europe. Atmospheric exposure to mold-carrying desert dust may affect human health directly through allergic induction of respiratory stress. In addition, mold spores within these dust clouds may seed downwind ecosystems in both outdoor and indoor environments. Published in Archives of Environmental...
Relationship between summertime ambient ozone levels and emergency department visits for asthma in central New Jersey
Possible mechanisms for the respiratory tract effects of noncarcinogenic indoor-climate pollutants and bases for their risk assessment
Results of the National Cooperative Inner-City Asthma Study (NCICAS) environmental intervention to reduce cockroach allergen exposure in inner-city homes
Number Concentration and Size of Particles in Urban Air: Effects on Spirometric Lung Function in Adult Asthmatic Subjects
Relevance of allergens from cats and dogs to asthma in the northernmost province of Sweden: Schools as a major site of exposure
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: Allergens, Asthma, Children, F 06846 Clinical; H 11000 Diseases/Injuries/Trauma, Immunology Abstracts; Health & Safety Science Abstracts,