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Do respiratory epidemics confound the association between air pollution and daily deaths?
The lag structure between particulate air pollution and respiratory and cardiovascular deaths in 10 US cities.
Disparities by race in heat-related mortality in four US cities: the role of air conditioning prevalence.
Modifiers of the temperature and mortality association in seven US cities.
The temporal pattern of mortality responses to air pollution: a multicity assessment of mortality displacement.
The time course of weather-related deaths.
Air pollution and cause-specific mortality in Milan, Italy, 1980-1989.
[Air pollution and daily mortality among Milan residents, 1980-89. Preliminary results].
Race, gender, and social status as modifiers of the effects of PM10 on mortality.
Using meta-smoothing to estimate dose-response trends across multiple studies, with application to air pollution and daily death.
Isolated and synergistic effects of PM10 and average temperature on cardiovascular and respiratory mortality.
Ozone trends and their relationship to characteristic weather patterns.