Controlled human exposures to wood smoke: a synthesis of the evidence

Carley Schwartz, Anette Kocbach Bølling & Christopher Carlsten
Abstract Background Exposure to particulate matter (PM) from wood combustion represents a global health risk, encompassing diverse exposure sources; indoor exposures due to cooking in developing countries, ambient PM exposures from residential wood combustion in developed countries, and the predicted increasing number of wildfires due to global warming. Although physicochemical properties of the PM, as well as the exposure levels vary considerably between these sources, controlled human exposure studies may provide valuable insight to the...
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