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Wildfire smoke impacts respiratory health more than fine particles from other sources: observational evidence from Southern California
R Aguilera, T Corringham, A Gershunov, T Benmarhnia
Nature communications 12 (1), 1493, 2021
3582021
Vulnerability to heat-related mortality: A systematic review, meta-analysis, and meta-regression analysis
T Benmarhnia, S Deguen, JS Kaufman, A Smargiassi
Epidemiology 26 (6), 781-793, 2015
2792015
Climate change and mental health: a scoping review
F Charlson, S Ali, T Benmarhnia, M Pearl, A Massazza, J Augustinavicius, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (9), 4486, 2021
2522021
Impact of heat on mortality and morbidity in low and middle income countries: a review of the epidemiological evidence and considerations for future research
H Green, J Bailey, L Schwarz, J Vanos, K Ebi, T Benmarhnia
Environmental research 171, 80-91, 2019
1892019
Modification of the association between high ambient temperature and health by urban microclimate indicators: A systematic review and meta-analysis
LH Schinasi, T Benmarhnia, AJ De Roos
Environmental research 161, 168-180, 2018
1462018
A difference-in-differences approach to assess the effect of a heat action plan on heat-related mortality, and differences in effectiveness according to sex, age, and …
T Benmarhnia, Z Bailey, D Kaiser, N Auger, N King, JS Kaufman
Environmental health perspectives 124 (11), 1694-1699, 2016
1282016
Effect of air quality alerts on human health: a regression discontinuity analysis in Toronto, Canada
H Chen, Q Li, JS Kaufman, J Wang, R Copes, Y Su, T Benmarhnia
The Lancet Planetary Health 2 (1), e19-e26, 2018
952018
Can e-cigarettes and pharmaceutical aids increase smoking cessation and reduce cigarette consumption? Findings from a nationally representative cohort of American smokers
T Benmarhnia, JP Pierce, E Leas, MM White, DR Strong, ML Noble, ...
American journal of epidemiology 187 (11), 2397-2404, 2018
942018
Identifying windows of susceptibility for maternal exposure to ambient air pollution and preterm birth
Q Wang, T Benmarhnia, H Zhang, LD Knibbs, P Sheridan, C Li, J Bao, ...
Environment international 121, 317-324, 2018
922018
Independent and Combined Effects of Heatwaves and on Preterm Birth in Guangzhou, China: A Survival Analysis
Q Wang, B Li, T Benmarhnia, S Hajat, M Ren, T Liu, LD Knibbs, H Zhang, ...
Environmental health perspectives 128 (1), 017006, 2020
872020
Long-term exposure to ambient air pollution and risk of dementia: Results of the prospective Three-City Study
M Mortamais, LA Gutierrez, K de Hoogh, J Chen, D Vienneau, I Carrière, ...
Environment international 148, 106376, 2021
742021
Extreme heat, preterm birth, and stillbirth: A global analysis across 14 lower-middle income countries
S McElroy, S Ilango, A Dimitrova, A Gershunov, T Benmarhnia
Environment International 158, 106902, 2022
722022
The “residential” effect fallacy in neighborhood and health studies: formal definition, empirical identification, and correction
B Chaix, D Duncan, J Vallée, A Vernez-Moudon, T Benmarhnia, ...
Epidemiology 28 (6), 789-797, 2017
702017
Exposure to air pollutant mixture and gestational diabetes mellitus in Southern California: Results from electronic health record data of a large pregnancy cohort
Y Sun, X Li, T Benmarhnia, JC Chen, C Avila, DA Sacks, V Chiu, J Slezak, ...
Environment international 158, 106888, 2022
692022
Residential greenness and cardiovascular disease incidence, readmission, and mortality
H Chen, RT Burnett, L Bai, JC Kwong, DL Crouse, E Lavigne, ...
Environmental health perspectives 128 (8), 087005, 2020
692020
Use of e-cigarettes and other tobacco products and progression to daily cigarette smoking
JP Pierce, R Chen, EC Leas, MM White, S Kealey, MD Stone, ...
Pediatrics 147 (2), 2021
682021
Associations between green space and preterm birth: Windows of susceptibility and interaction with air pollution
Y Sun, P Sheridan, O Laurent, J Li, DA Sacks, H Fischer, Y Qiu, Y Jiang, ...
Environment international 142, 105804, 2020
672020
Fine particles in wildfire smoke and pediatric respiratory health in California
R Aguilera, T Corringham, A Gershunov, S Leibel, T Benmarhnia
Pediatrics 147 (4), 2021
662021
Increase in Pediatric Respiratory Visits Associated with Santa Ana Wind–Driven Wildfire Smoke and PM2.5 Levels in San Diego County
S Leibel, M Nguyen, W Brick, J Parker, S Ilango, R Aguilera, A Gershunov, ...
Annals of the American Thoracic Society 17 (3), 313-320, 2020
662020
Neighbourhood characteristics and long-term air pollution levels modify the association between the short-term nitrogen dioxide concentrations and all-cause mortality in Paris
S Deguen, C Petit, A Delbarre, W Kihal, C Padilla, T Benmarhnia, ...
PloS one 10 (7), e0131463, 2015
652015
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