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The Relationship Between Age and Mental Health Among Adults in Iran During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The evidence on the predictors of mental health in the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed contradictory findings, which prevent effective screening for mental health assistance. This study aims to identify the predictors of ...
Artisanal ceramic factories using wood combustion: A nanoparticles and human health study
The ceramics industry, resulting from developments of modern compounds, is a segment of great influence in worldwide sustainability. Artisanal ceramic factories based on wood combustion have significant risks for the ...
Acute exposure to C60 fullerene damages pulmonary mitochondrial function and mechanics
(Taylor & Francis, 2021)
C60 fullerene (C60) nanoparticles, a nanomaterial widely used in technology, can offer risks to humans, overcome biological barriers, and deposit onto the lungs. However, data on its putative pulmonary burden are scanty. ...
Incidence of lung cancer and mortality among civil construction industry workers: A protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis
(Public Library of Science, 2021)
Background The construction sector is one of the most stable growth industries in the world. However, many studies have suggested an association between occupational exposure in civil construction and lung cancer risk. ...
Nanoparticles in fossil and mineral fuel sectors and their impact on environment and human health: A review and perspective
Nanoscience and technology have enabled better insights into the environmental and health impacts arising from the mining, production and use of fossil and mineral fuels. Here we provide an overview of the nanoscience-based ...
Multiple relationships between aerosol and COVID-19: A framework for global studies
COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease 2019) is a severe respiratory syndrome currently causing a human global pandemic. The original virus, along with newer variants, is highly transmissible. Aerosols are a multiphase system ...