by Dr M R Pandey

Issue: 40

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-01


Indoor air pollution in the past was generally considered to be a problem associated with tobacco smoking or in occupational settings dominated by men. In rural locations in developing countries, indoor air pollution from burning biomass fuels is now recognized as an important and widespread problem...

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