Publications

2008

  • Air pollution and mortality in Latin America: the role of education
    Marie S. O'Neill, Michelle L. Bell, Nalini Ranjit, Luis A. Cifuentes, Dana Loomis, Nelson Gouveia, Victor H. Borja-Aburto
    Epidemiology 19(6), p. 810-819.
  • The relationship between air pollution and low birth weight: effects by mother’s age, infant sex, co-pollutants, and pre-term births
    Michelle L. Bell, Keita Ebisu, Kathleen D. Belanger
    Environmental Research Letters 3(4), Art. No. 044003.
  • Premature mortality in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia associated with particulate matter air pollution from the 1991 Gulf War
    Ronald H. White, Carl H. Stineman, J. Morel Symons, Patrick N. Breysse, Sung Roul Kim, Michelle L. Bell, Jonathan M. Samet
    Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 14(4), p. 645-664
  • Ancillary human health benefits of improved air quality resulting from climate change mitigation
    Michelle L. Bell, Devra L Davis, Luis A Cifuentes, Alan J Krupnick, Richard D Morgenstern, George D Thurston
    Environmental Health 7, p. 41-58
  • Seasonal and regional short-term effects of fine particles on hospital admissions in 202 U.S. counties, 1999-2005
    Michelle L. Bell, Keita Ebisu, Roger D. Peng, Jemma Walker, Jonathan M. Samet, Scott L. Zeger, Francesca Dominici
    American Journal of Epidemiology 168(11), p. 1301-1310.
  • Coarse particulate matter air pollution and hospital admissions for cardiovascular and respiratory diseases among Medicare patients
    Roger D. Peng, Howard H. Chang, Michelle L. Bell, Aidan McDermott, Scott L. Zeger, Jonathan M. Samet, Francesca Dominici
    Journal of the American Medical Association 299(18), p. 2172-2179
  • A comparison of particulate matter from biomass-burning rural and non-biomass burning urban households in Northeastern China
    Ruoting Jiang, Michelle L. Bell
    Environmental Health Perspectives 116(7), p. 907-914.
  • The persistent problem of malaria: addressing the fundamental causes of a global killer
    Leeanne Stratton, Marie S. O'Neill, Margaret E. Kruk, Michelle L. Bell
    Social Science & Medicine 67(5), p. 854-862
  • Vulnerability to heat-related mortality in Latin America: a case-crossover study in São Paulo, Brazil; Santiago, Chile; and Mexico City, Mexico
    Michelle L. Bell, Marie S O’Neill, Nalini Ranjit, Victor H Borja-Aburto, Luis A Cifuentes, Nelson Gouveia
    International Journal of Epidemiology 37(4), p. 796-804
  • Approaches for estimating effects of climate change on heat-related deaths: challenges and opportunities
    Patrick L. Kinney, Marie S O’Neill, Michelle L. Bell, Joel Schwartz
    Environmental Science and Policy 11(1), p. 87-96

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