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Phthalates are ubiquitous environmental contaminants associated with allergic disease in epidemiological and animal studies. This investigation aims to support these associations by interrogating systemic immune effects in allergen‐sensitized volunteers after controlled indoor air exposure to a...
Airborne transmission of infectious diseases through air travel has become a major concern, especially during the COVID‐19 pandemic. The flying public and crew members have long demanded better air quality and thermal comfort in commercial airliner cabins. This paper reviewed studies related to...
China's profoundly rapid modernization in the past two decades has resulted in dramatic changes in indoor environmental exposures. Among these changes, exposure to phthalates has attracted increasing attention. We aimed to characterize indoor phthalate exposure and to estimate the disease burden...
Individuals with COVID‐19 who do not require hospitalization are instructed to self‐isolate in their residences. Due to high secondary infection rates in household members, there is a need to understand airborne transmission of SARS‐CoV‐2 within residences. We report the first naturalistic...
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