Long-term air pollution exposure is associated with sick leave 20 years later

A. Johannessen (Bergen, Norway), I. Kuiper (Bergen, Norway), S. Accordini (Verona, Italy), R. Bertelsen (Bergen, Norway), B. Forsberg (Umeå, Sweden), T. Gislason (Reykjavik, Iceland), J. Heinrich (Munich, Germany), M. Holm (Gothenburg, Sweden), R. Jögi (Tartu, Estonia), J. Kirkeleit (Bergen, Norway), A. Malinovschi (Uppsala, Sweden), A. Marcon (Verona, Italy), I. Markevych (Neuherberg, Germany), A. Oudin (Umeå, Sweden), V. Schlünssen (Aarhus, Denmark), T. Sigsgaard (Aarhus, Denmark), C. Svanes (Bergen, Norway), K. Torén (Gothenburg, Sweden), C. Janson (Uppsala, Sweden)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Effect of environmental exposure on lung function outcomes
Session: Effect of environmental exposure on lung function outcomes
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 5182
Disease area: Airway diseases

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A. Johannessen (Bergen, Norway), I. Kuiper (Bergen, Norway), S. Accordini (Verona, Italy), R. Bertelsen (Bergen, Norway), B. Forsberg (Umeå, Sweden), T. Gislason (Reykjavik, Iceland), J. Heinrich (Munich, Germany), M. Holm (Gothenburg, Sweden), R. Jögi (Tartu, Estonia), J. Kirkeleit (Bergen, Norway), A. Malinovschi (Uppsala, Sweden), A. Marcon (Verona, Italy), I. Markevych (Neuherberg, Germany), A. Oudin (Umeå, Sweden), V. Schlünssen (Aarhus, Denmark), T. Sigsgaard (Aarhus, Denmark), C. Svanes (Bergen, Norway), K. Torén (Gothenburg, Sweden), C. Janson (Uppsala, Sweden). Long-term air pollution exposure is associated with sick leave 20 years later. 5182

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