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- Khaniabadi, Yusef Omidi; Hopke, Philip K.; Goudarzi, Gholamreza; Daryanoosh, Seyed Mohammad; Jourvand, Mehdi; Basiri, Hassan
- Environmental Research 2017 v.152 pp. 336-341
- World Health Organization; emissions; energy; hospitals; human health; models; mortality; ozone; particulates; pollutants; relative risk; respiratory tract diseases; troposphere; Iran
- ... Tropospheric ozone is the second most important atmospheric pollutant after particulate matter with respect to its impact on human health and is increasing of its concentrations globally. The main objective of this study was to assess of health effects attributable to ground-level ozone (O3) in Kermanshah, Iran using one-hour O3 concentrations measured between March 2014 and March 2015. The AirQ p ...
- Kampeerawipakorn, Ormrat; Navasumrit, Panida; Settachan, Daam; Promvijit, Jeerawan; Hunsonti, Potchanee; Parnlob, Varabhorn; Nakngam, Netnapa; Choonvisase, Suppachai; Chotikapukana, Passaornrawan; Chanchaeamsai, Samroeng; Ruchirawat, Mathuros
- Environmental Research 2017 v.152 pp. 207-213
- DNA damage; DNA repair; at-risk population; benzene; biomarkers; carcinogens; developing countries; emissions; human population; industry; inflammation; interleukin-8; metabolites; neoplasms; pollutants; respiratory tract diseases; risk; risk assessment; toxicity; Thailand
- ... Emissions from petrochemical industries may contain toxic and carcinogenic compounds that can pose health risk to human populations. The scenario may be worse in developing countries where management of such exposure-health problems is typically not well-implemented and the public may not be well-informed about such health risk. In Thailand, increasing incidences of respiratory diseases and cancer ...