Lisa M. Thompson,Nigel Bruce, Brenda Eskenazi, Anaite Diaz, Daniel Pope, Kirk R. Smith   |   2011
Type: Research Report
Topic: Health
Country: Guatemala
A growing body of evidence indicates a relationship between household indoor air pollution from cooking fires and adverse neonatal outcomes, such as low birth weight (LBW), in resource-poor countries. We examined the effect of reduced wood smoke exposure in pregnancy on LBW of Guatemalan infants in RESPIRE (Randomized Exposure Study of Pollution Indoors and Respiratory Effects).