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A. S. Whittemore and E. L. Korn, Am. J. Public Health, 1980, 70, 687. S. Vedal, M. B. Schenker, A. , Am. J. Public Health, 1987, 77, 694. 7 job:LAY01 21-9-1998 page:8 colour:1 black–text J. G. Ayres Figure 2 Daily change in symptom score in patients with chronic bronchitis over time in relation to levels of SO and black smoke Where SO has been considered by US workers, health effects were usually absent (summarized in ref. 17). 9 L min\ were identified for an increase in SO of 15 g m\ (5 ppb).
There have been many studies going back a number of years showing that respiratory symptoms in population studies were more noticeable in homes with gas fired kitchens. More recently, one of the UK centres of the European Respiratory Health Study showed that in women (although not in men) respiratory symptoms were greater in those who had gas fired kitchens compared to those with electrically powered homes. e. sensitized to allergens), although this did not quite achieve statistical significance.
J. L. Devalia, R. J. Sapsford, D. R. , Eur. Respir. , 1993, 6, 1308. J. G. Ayres, Eur. Respir. , 1998, 8, in press. 13 job:LAY01 21-9-1998 page:14 colour:1 black–text J. G. Ayres present evidence. However, the longer-term effects of nitrogen dioxide exposure, particularly when one bears in mind that oxides of nitrogen are major products of gas combustion in kitchens and levels are also elevated in rooms with a poorly serviced gas fire, may be more important in determining chronic health effects.