Respiratory issues - Reference list

    Respiratory issues – Reference list

    1) Manitoba Environment, 1998, Climate change and Manitobans: A closer look, Information Bulletin No. 98-01E

    2) Environmental Safety Center, 1998, What You Can Do About Car Emissions, The National Safety Council, Washington, D.C.

    3) Breslin, K. 1994, Global climate change: Beyond sunburn, Environmental Health Perspectives, 102(5): 440-443

    4) IBID

    5) NA. 2001, Children at extra risk from pollution linked to climate change, Canadian Press

    6) Katsouyanni, K, A. Pantazopoulou, G. Touloumi, I. Tselepedaki, K. Moustris, D. Asimakopoulos, G. Poulopoulou, D. Trichopoulous, 1993, Evidence for interaction between air pollution and high temperature in the causation of excess mortality, Archives of Environmental Health, 48: 235-242

    7) IBID

    8) NA, 1998, Hot Times, Summer in the City, Canada and the World Backgrounder, 4(1):14-17

    9) McMicheal, A.J. and A. Haines, 1997, Global climate change:the potential effects on health, British Medical Journal, 315: 805-809, Manitoba Environment, 1998, Climate change and Manitobans: A closer look, Information Bulletin No. 98-01E

    10) Statistics Canada, 2002, Asthma, Health Indicators 82-221-XIE, 2002 (1)

    11) Richards, W., S.P. Azen and D.M. Fergusson, 1981, Los Angeles air pollution and asthma in children, Annals of Allergy, 96:165-167

    12) IBID

    13) (xvii) Rennick, G.J. and F.C. Jarman, 1992, Are children with asthma affected by smog? The Medical Journal of Australia, 156: 837-841

    14) (xviii) IBID

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