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Effects of aircraft noise and living environment on children ́ s well-being and health

  title={Effects of aircraft noise and living environment on children ́ s well-being and health},
  author={Jan Spilski and Martin Rumberg and Martin W. Berchthold and Kirstin Bergstr{\"o}m and Ulrich and M{\"o}hler and Thomas Lachmann and Maria Klatte},
There are few and inconsistent results suggesting that chronic exposure to aircraft noise is associated with poorer quality of life or health in children. Therefore, a recent WHO review pointed out that the current evidence is insufficient. Previous publications mainly analyzed the isolated relationships between single stressors (e.g., aircraft noise, pollution) and health in children. A combined consideration of environmental stressors and residential environment factors, such as degree of… 
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