Safe Cooking

Lung Function in Rural Guatemalan Women Before and After a Chimney Stove Intervention to Reduce Wood Smoke Exposure


Results From the Randomized Exposure Study of Pollution Indoors and Respiratory Effects and Chronic Respiratory Effects of Early Childhood Exposure to Respirable Particulate Matter Study

Household air pollution from cooking with solid fuels is the third most important global risk factor for disability-adjusted life years lost and the most important environmental health risk factor. It has been associated with low infant birth weight and acute lower respiratory tract infections in children.