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PM2.5 and all-cause mortality.

@article{Young2020PM25AA,
  title={PM2.5 and all-cause mortality.},
  author={S. Stanley Young and Warren B Kindzierski},
  journal={arXiv: Applications},
  year={2020}
}
The US EPA and the WHO claim that PM2.5 is causal of all-cause deaths. Both support and fund research on air quality and health effects. WHO funded a massive systematic review and meta-analyses of air quality and health-effect papers. 1,632 literature papers were reviewed and 196 were selected for meta-analyses. The standard air components, particulate matter, PM10 and PM2.5, nitrogen dioxide, NO2, and ozone, were selected as causes and all-cause and cause-specific mortalities were selected as… Expand

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