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Exposure Contrasts of Pregnant Women during the Household Air Pollution Intervention Network Randomized Controlled Trial

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Exposure Contrasts of Pregnant Women during the Household Air Pollution Intervention Network Randomized Controlled Trial

Particulates and anaemia in India (Invited Commentary)

Cross-sectional analysis of the association between personal exposure to household air pollution and blood pressure in adult women: Evidence from the multi-country Household Air Pollution Intervention Network (HAPIN) trial

Effects of a Liquefied Petroleum Gas Stove Intervention on Gestational Blood Pressure: Intention-to-Treat and Exposure-Response Findings From the HAPIN Trial

Child Survival and Early Lifetime Exposures to Ambient Fine Particulate Matter in India: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Association between personal exposure to household air pollution and gestational blood pressure among women using solid cooking fuels in rural Tamil Nadu, India

Indoor and Ambient Air Pollution in Chennai, India during COVID-19 Lockdown: An Affordable Sensors Study

Fidelity and Adherence to a Liquefied Petroleum Gas Stove and Fuel Intervention during Gestation: The Multi-Country Household Air Pollution Intervention Network (HAPIN) Randomized Controlled Trial.

From Air Quality Sensors to Sensor Networks: Things We Need to Learn

LPG stove and fuel intervention among pregnant women reduce fine particle air pollution exposures in three countries: Pilot results from the HAPIN trial

Barriers to and facilitators of uptake and sustained use of LPG through the PMUY in tribal communities of Pune district

Review of the Breathability and Filtration Efficiency of Common Household Materials for Face Masks

Modeling approaches and performance for estimating personal exposure to household air pollution: A case study in Kenya

Exposure contrasts associated with a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) intervention at potential field sites for the multi-country household air pollution intervention network (HAPIN) trial in India: results from pilot phase activities in rural Tamil Nadu.

Heat and Humidity for Bioburden Reduction of N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirators

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on clean fuel programmes in India and ensuring sustainability for household energy needs

Boiled or Bottled: Regional and Seasonal Exposures to Drinking Water Contamination and Household Air Pollution in Rural China

Incentivizing Elimination of Biomass Cooking Fuels with a Reversible Commitment and a Spare LPG Cylinder

Marriage-based pilot clean household fuel intervention in India for improved pregnancy outcomes

Using longitudinal survey and sensor data to understand the social and ecological determinants of clean fuels use and discontinuance in rural Ghana

Burn to kill: Wood ash a silent killer in Africa

In Memoriam: Kirk R. Smith

Everybody stacks: Lessons from household energy case studies to inform design principles for clean energy transitions

An Integrated Sensor Data Logging, Survey, and Analytics Platform for Field Research and Its Application in HAPIN, a Multi-Center Household Energy Intervention Trial

Comparison of next‐generation portable pollution monitors to measure exposure to PM2.5 from household air pollution in Puno, Peru

The use of bluetooth low energy Beacon systems to estimate indirect personal exposure to household air pollution

Impacts of household sources on air pollution at village and regional scales in India

Contribution of household air pollution to ambient air pollution in Ghana: Using available evidence to prioritize future action

Burden of disease at the same limit of exposure to airborne polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons varies significantly across countries depending on the gap in longevity

Machine-learned modeling of PM2.5 exposures in rural Lao PDR

Modeling the Impact of an Indoor Air Filter on Air Pollution Exposure Reduction and Associated Mortality in Urban Delhi Household

Indian annual ambient air quality standard is achievable by completely mitigating emissions from household sources

Promoting LPG usage during pregnancy: A pilot study in rural Maharashtra, India

Air Pollution and Impact Analysis of a Pilot Stove Intervention: Report to the Ministry of Health and Inter-Ministerial Clean Stove Initiative of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic

Quantification of a saleable health product (aDALYs) from household cooking interventions

Quantifying the Health Impacts of ACE-1 Biomass and Biogas Stoves in Cambodia

Air Pollution in Asia and the Pacific: Science-based solutions

Household Air Pollution and Noncommunicable Disease

Advanced household heat pumps for air pollution control: A pilot field study in Ulaanbaatar, the coldest capital city in the world.

Tracking ambient PM2.5 build-up in Delhi national capital region during the dry season over 15 years using a high-resolution (1 km) satellite aerosol dataset

Measuring personal exposure to fine particulate matter (PM2.5) among rural Honduran women: a field evaluation of the Ultrasonic Personal Aerosol Sampler (UPAS)

Emissions from village cookstoves in Haryana, India and their potential impacts on air quality

Monitoring and modeling of household air quality related to use of different cookfuels in Paraguay

The Pink Key: a low-cost stove use monitor to enable conditional cash transfers

Household fuel use and pulmonary tuberculosis in Nepal: A case-control study

Using personal exposure measurements of particulate matter to estimate health impacts associated with cooking in peri-urban Accra, Ghana

Environmental and Occupational Health in Global Health: Disease, Programs, Systems, and Policies (4th Edition)

Daily average exposures to carbon monoxide from combustion of biomass fuels in rural households of Haryana, India

The gains in life expectancy by ambient PM2.5 pollution reductions in localities in Nigeria

Molecular Composition of Particulate Matter Emissions from Dung and Brushwood Burning Household Cookstoves in Haryana, India

Short-Term Introduction of Air Pollutants from Fireworks During Diwali in Rural Palwal, Haryana, India: A Case Study

Clean Cooking and the SDGs: integrated analytical approaches to guide energy interventions for health and environment goals

The potential health benefits of lower household air pollution after a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cookstove intervention

Small, Smart, Fast, and Cheap: Microchip-Based Sensors to Estimate Air Pollution Exposures in Rural Households

The Impact of Household Energy Interventions on Health and Finances in Haryana, India: An Extended Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Household Air Pollution from Solid Cookfuels and Health

The impact of household cooking and heating with solid fuels on ambient PM2.5 in peri-urban Beijing

The health burden and economic costs averted by ambient PM2.5 pollution reductions in Nagpur, India

Air pollution-related health and climate benefits of clean cookstove programs in Mozambique

HAPIT, the Household Air Pollution Intervention Tool, to evaluate the health benefits and cost-effectiveness of clean cooking interventions

HAPIT: Household Air Pollution Intervention Tool

Probe-based measurements of moisture in dung fuel for emissions measurements.

Use of temperature sensors to determine exclusivity of improved stove use and associated household air pollution reductions — Kenya, 2012-2013

Household Air Pollution Exposures of Pregnant Women Receiving Advanced Combustion Cookstoves in India: Implications for Intervention

Patterns of stove usage after introduction of an advanced cookstove: the long-term application of household sensors

Characterizing PATS+ sensor responses to air pollutants and integrating stove usage data for household energy assessments.

Field calibrations of a low-cost aerosol sensor at a regulatory monitoring site in California

Household Air Pollution and Health in Laos

An Overview of HAPIT: Household Air Pollution Intervention Tool

Design and implementation of household air pollution intervention studies in relation to birth outcomes: Results from Phase I activities in Ghana and India

What determines the adoption and continued use of advanced clean cookstoves?

An Initial Assessment of Winter Trends in Indoor Particulate Pollution (PM2.5) in the Ger Region of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Evaluating the impacts of an advanced stove intervention on traditional cooking patterns and pollutant exposures in India using Stove Use Monitors

A robust, low-cost particle monitor and data platform for evaluation of cookstove performance

Assessment of effectiveness of improved cook stoves in reducing indoor air pollution and improving health in Nepal

Cooking practices, air quality, and the acceptability of advanced cookstoves in Haryana, India: an exploratory study to inform large-scale interventions.

A Short History of Woodsmoke and Implications for Chile

Environmental Health Narratives: “The New Stove”

Modeling Personal Exposure to Fine Particulates and Carbon Monoxide from Cookstove Smoke in Rural Highlands of Guatemalan Mothers using Simple Low Cost Sensors

Research on the synergy of water pasteurization and improved cook stoves for providing safe drinking water and improved indoor air quality.

Global Health Narratives: “A Brighter Future”

PM2.5 Exposure in an Indian Urban Slum Community

PM2.5 exposure in an urban slum community of Mumbai

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