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October-December 2021
Volume 6 | Issue 4
Page Nos. 109-141

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Wind turbines and adverse health effects: Applying Bradford Hill's criteria for causation by Anne Dumbrille, Robert McMurtry, and Carmen Krogh – 'Big noises: Tobacco and Wind' p. 109
Alun Evans
DOI:10.4103/ed.ed_24_21  
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PM2.5 pollution and endoplasmic reticulum stress response p. 111
Eric Heng, Areeba Maysun, Kezhong Zhang
DOI:10.4103/ed.ed_22_21  
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Micro-environmental conditions and high population density affects the transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus-2 in metropolitan cities of India p. 116
Sanjay Dwivedi, Seema Mishra, Ruchi Agnihotri, Vishnu Kumar, Pragya Sharma, Geetgovind Sinam, Vivek Pandey
DOI:10.4103/ed.ed_15_21  
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Water safety planning in India: Assessment of water quality in urban Vadodora p. 127
Sangita Vashrambhai Patel, Rahul D Khokhariya, Jagruti Rathod, Deya G Chatterji, Jesal Patel
DOI:10.4103/ed.ed_21_21  
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Disease comorbidities associated with chemical intolerance p. 134
Raymond F Palmer, Tatjana Walker, Roger B Perales, Rodolfo Rincon, Carlos Roberto Jaén, Claudia S Miller
DOI:10.4103/ed.ed_18_21  
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