Health Effects of a Mixture of Indoor Air Volatile Organics, Their Ozone Oxidation Products, and Stress

@inproceedings{Fiedler2005HealthEO,
  title={Health Effects of a Mixture of Indoor Air Volatile Organics, Their Ozone Oxidation Products, and Stress},
  author={Nancy L. Fiedler and Robert J. Laumbach and Kathie Kelly-McNeil and Paul J. Lioy and Zhongyun Fan and Junfeng Zhang and John E. Ottenweller and Pamela Ohman-Strickland and Howard M. Kipen},
  booktitle={Environmental health perspectives},
  year={2005}
}
In our present study we tested the health effects among women of controlled exposures to volatile organic compounds (VOCs), with and without ozone (O3), and psychological stress. Each subject was exposed to the following three conditions at 1-week intervals (within-subject factor): VOCs (26 mg/m3), VOCs + O3 (26 mg/m3 + 40 ppb), and ambient air with a 1-min spike of VOCs (2.5 mg/m3). As a between-subjects factor, half the subjects were randomly assigned to perform a stressor. Subjects were 130… CONTINUE READING

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