Associating ambient exposure to fine particles and human fertility rates in China.

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BACKGROUND Adverse effects of ambient fine particles (PM2.5) on sperm quality and oocyte fertilization have been identified by previous research. However, insufficient human studies tested associations between PM2.5 and decreased fertility rates. METHODS We associated long-term exposure to PM2.5 and county-level fertility rates reported by 2010 census… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2018.01.009

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@article{Xue2018AssociatingAE, title={Associating ambient exposure to fine particles and human fertility rates in China.}, author={Tao Xue and Qiang Zhang}, journal={Environmental pollution}, year={2018}, volume={235}, pages={497-504} }