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The non-occupational environment and the lung: opportunities for intervention.

Abstract:

Many environmental factors, both indoors and outdoors, can cause or worsen respiratory disease. Although in many cases individuals have little influence over environmental exposures (e.g., weather conditions), there are many (such as environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) and outdoor air pollution) where interventions can improve health. While for environmental exposures such as air pollution, remediation largely devolves to the government, for exposures such as ETS advice to individuals in these ...

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10.1177/1479972307084112

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Clinical Trial Service Unit
Journal:
Chronic respiratory disease
Volume:
4
Issue:
4
Pages:
227-236
Publication date:
2007
DOI:
EISSN:
1479-9731
ISSN:
1479-9723
URN:
uuid:6eae2416-870f-49df-8410-ecf93fa5e41f
Source identifiers:
374554
Local pid:
pubs:374554

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