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Air Pollution, Indoor
Effect of a clean stove intervention on inflammatory biomarkers in pregnant women in Ibadan, Nigeria: A randomized controlled study.
Household air pollution and angiogenic factors in pregnant Nigerian women: A randomized controlled ethanol cookstove intervention.
Household air pollution and chronic hypoxia in the placenta of pregnant Nigerian women: A randomized controlled ethanol Cookstove intervention.
Pregnancy outcomes and ethanol cook stove intervention: A randomized-controlled trial in Ibadan, Nigeria.
Household Air Pollution, Levels of Micronutrients and Heavy Metals in Cord and Maternal Blood, and Pregnancy Outcomes.
Impact of prenatal and postnatal household air pollution exposure on lung function of 2-year old Nigerian children by oscillometry.
Chronic inhalation of biomass smoke is associated with DNA damage in airway cells: involvement of particulate pollutants and benzene.
Effect of indoor air pollution from biomass fuel use on argyrophilic nuclear organizer regions in buccal epithelial cells.
Cooking with biomass increases the risk of depression in pre-menopausal women in India.
Systemic inflammatory changes and increased oxidative stress in rural Indian women cooking with biomass fuels.
Changes in sputum cytology, airway inflammation and oxidative stress due to chronic inhalation of biomass smoke during cooking in premenopausal rural Indian women.
Immune cells and cardiovascular health in premenopausal women of rural India chronically exposed to biomass smoke during daily household cooking.
Activation of protein kinase B (PKB/Akt) and risk of lung cancer among rural women in India who cook with biomass fuel.
Reduction of DNA mismatch repair protein expression in airway epithelial cells of premenopausal women chronically exposed to biomass smoke.
Household air pollution, ultrasound measurement, fetal biometric parameters and intrauterine growth restriction.
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Best Paper Award [Indoor Air. 2011 Apr; 21(2):165-76]
Increased cardiovascular risk due to systemic inflammatory changes and enhanced oxidative stress in urban Indian women
Hypertension and respiratory health in biomass smoke-exposed premenopausal Indian women
Long-Term Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution and Type 2 Diabetes in Adults
Increased cardiovascular risk in association with chronic airflow obstruction among premenopausal rural women of India who cook exclusively with biomass
Hypertension with elevated levels of oxidized low-density lipoprotein and anti-cardiolipin antibody in circulation of premenopausal Indian women chronically exposed to biomass smoke during cooking
Impact of prenatal maternal psychological distress on fetal biometric parameters in household air pollution-exposed Nigerian women.