Respiratory symptoms and home environment in children: a national survey

Burr, M. L.; Anderson, H. R.; Austin, J. B.; Harkins, L. S.; Kaur, B.; Strachan, D P.; Warner, J. O.
January 1999
Thorax;Jan1999, p27
Academic Journal
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