Ambient air pollution and depression: A systematic review with meta-analysis up to 2019.

@article{Fan2019AmbientAP,
  title={Ambient air pollution and depression: A systematic review with meta-analysis up to 2019.},
  author={Shujun Fan and Joachim Heinrich and Michael S. Bloom and Tianbao Zhao and Tongxing Shi and Wenru Feng and Yi Sun and Ji-chuan Shen and Zhi-cong Yang and Bo-yi Yang and Guang-hui Dong},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2019},
  volume={701},
  pages={
          134721
        }
}
  • S. Fan, J. Heinrich, G. Dong
  • Published 31 October 2019
  • Environmental Science
  • The Science of the total environment

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