<p>Road injuries are among the ten leading causes of death worldwide and also impede economic wellbeing and macroeconomic performance. Beyond medical data on the incidence of road injuries and their resulting
Lancet Planetary Health
Association between pregnancy loss and ambient PM2·5 using survey data in Africa: a longitudinal case-control study, 1998–2016
<p>Increasing evidence from epidemiological studies suggests that maternal exposure to ambient PM2·5 can increase the risk of pregnancy loss.<a href="http://www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in/files/file/PM2.5-pregnancy-loss.pdf"
Evaluation of intensified dengue control measures with interrupted time series analysis in the Panadura Medical Officer of Health division in Sri Lanka: a case study and cost-effectiveness analysis
<p>Dengue has become a major public health problem in Sri Lanka with a considerable economic burden. As a response, in June, 2014, the Ministry of Health initiated a proactive vector control programme
Association between exposure to the natural environment, rurality, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in children in New Zealand: a linkage study
<p>Several small experimental studies and cross-sectional observational studies have shown that exposure to the natural environment might protect against attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Global, national, and urban burdens of paediatric asthma incidence attributable to ambient NO₂ pollution: estimates from global datasets
<p>Globally, the estimates suggest that there are 170 new cases of traffic pollution-related asthma per 100,000 children every year, and 13% of childhood asthma cases diagnosed each year are linked to traffic pollution. The country with the highest proportion of traffic pollution-attributable childhood asthma incidence was South Korea (31%), the UK ranked 24th out of 194 countries, the US 25th, China 19th, and India 58th.</p>
The impact of air pollution on deaths, disease burden, and life expectancy across the states of India: the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017
<p>Air pollution is a major planetary health risk, with India estimated to have some of the worst levels globally. <a href="http://www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in/files/file/air_pollution_disease_burden.pdf"
Implications for workability and survivability in populations exposed to extreme heat under climate change: a modelling study
<p>Changes in temperature and humidity due to climate change affect living and working conditions. <a href="http://www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in/files/file/extreme_heat_climate_change.pdf" target="_blank"><img
Identification of risk factors associated with carriage of resistant Escherichia coli in three culturally diverse ethnic groups in Tanzania: a biological and socioeconomic analysis
<p>Improved antimicrobial stewardship, sanitation, and hygiene are WHO-inspired priorities for restriction of the spread of antimicrobial resistance.<a href="http://www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in/files/file/Escherichia-coli.pdf"
Anthropological and socioeconomic factors contributing to global antimicrobial resistance: a univariate and multivariable analysis
<p>Understanding of the factors driving global antimicrobial resistance is limited. We analysed antimicrobial resistance and antibiotic consumption worldwide versus many potential contributing factors.</p>
<p>PM2·5 air pollution is associated with increased risk of diabetes; however, a knowledge gap exists to further define and quantify the burden of diabetes attributable to PM2·5 air pollution.