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- Schulte-Körne, Gerd, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Environmental research 2019 v.170 pp. 73-81
- acute exposure; adolescents; air pollution; animals; cross-sectional studies; epidemiological studies; land use; mental depression; monitoring; nitrogen dioxide; ozone; particulates; regression analysis
- ... Depression has been associated with air pollution, as reported by animal and epidemiological studies. However, the relationship between ozone exposure and depression, especially among adolescents, is scarcely investigated.The study aimed to analyze associations between ozone exposure and depressive symptoms among German adolescents.The analyses were based on 2827 adolescents aged 15 from Munich an ...