Childhood Asthma in Rural-Urban Areas
Examines how asthma may be related to rural areas adjacent or non-adjacent to larger population centers, to variation in measures of air quality, to varying levels of agricultural and animal production, and to other characteristics such as obesity, race/ethnicity, or health insurance.
Michael Hendryx, Matthew Gurka, Melissa Ahern, Heidi Putman
West Virginia Rural Health Research Center
Children and youth · Chronic respiratory conditions · Environmental health · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data