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Analysis of Relationships between Symptoms and Environmental Factors Over Time.
Chronic Respiratory Effects of Indoor Formaldehyde Exposure.
Effects of Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure and Gas Stoves on Daily Peak Flow Rates in Asthmatic and Non-Asthmatic Families.
Exposure Assessment Approaches to Evaluate Respiratory Health Effects of Particulate Matter and Nitrogen Dioxide.
Gas Stove Usage, CO and TSP, and Respiratory Effects.
Normal Range of Diurnal Changes in Peak Expiratory Flow Rates: Relationship to Symptoms and Respiratory Disease.
Respiratory Effects on Population from Low-Level Exposures to Ozone.
Respiratory Symptoms and Peak Flow Associated with Indoor and Outdoor Air Pollutants in the Southwest.
Respiratory Symptoms and Risk Factors in an Arizona Population Sample of Anglo and Mexican-American Whites.
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