Change in body mass index and expiratory flow in World Trade Center workers

A. Alruwaily (New York, United States of America), A. Sood (New York, United States of America), R. de la Hoz (New York, United States of America), X. Liu (New York, United States of America), J. Doucette (New York, United States of America), Y. Jeon (New York, United States of America), J. Celedón (Pittsburgh, United States of America)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Workplace and outdoor air quality: from sensitisation to social media
Session: Workplace and outdoor air quality: from sensitisation to social media
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3848

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