Household biomass fuel use is associated with chronic childhood malnutrition: Result from a nationwide cross-sectional survey in Bangladesh Article

Ahmed, Shyfuddin, Ibrahimou, Boubakari, Kader, Shirmin Bintay et al. (2021). Household biomass fuel use is associated with chronic childhood malnutrition: Result from a nationwide cross-sectional survey in Bangladesh . 31(6), 2167-2175. 10.1111/ina.12850



International Collaboration

cited authors

  • Ahmed, Shyfuddin; Ibrahimou, Boubakari; Kader, Shirmin Bintay; Chowdhury, Muhammad Ashique Haider; Ahsan, Habibul; Yunus, Mohammad

fiu authors

publication date

  • April 29, 2021

keywords

  • ACUTE RESPIRATORY-INFECTIONS
  • BIRTH-WEIGHT
  • CHILDREN
  • COMBUSTION
  • Construction & Building Technology
  • DEVELOPING-COUNTRIES
  • DISEASE
  • EXPOSURE
  • Engineering
  • Engineering, Environmental
  • INDOOR AIR-POLLUTION
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • Public, Environmental & Occupational Health
  • RISK-ASSESSMENT
  • SMOKE
  • Science & Technology
  • Technology
  • biomass fuel
  • childhood malnutrition
  • household air pollution
  • indoor air pollution
  • stunting
  • underweight

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 2167

end page

  • 2175

volume

  • 31

issue

  • 6

SDG 01: No Poverty

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SDG 02: Zero Hunger

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SDG 03: Good Health and Well-being

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SDG 04: Quality Education

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SDG 05: Gender Equality

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SDG 06: Clean Water and Sanitation

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SDG 07: Affordable and Clean Energy

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SDG 08: Decent Work and Economic Growth

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SDG 09: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

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SDG 10: Reduced Inequality

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SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

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SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

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SDG 13: Climate Action

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SDG 14: Life Below Water

  • true

SDG 15: Life On Land

  • true