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    • Association between community greenness and obesity in urban-dwelling Chinese adults 

      Huang, WZ; Yang, BY; Yu, HY; Bloom, MS; Markevych, I; Heinrich, J; Knibbs, LD; Leskinen, A; Dharmage, SC; Jalaludin, B; Morawska, L; Jalava, P; Guo, Y; Lin, S; Zhou, Y; Liu, RQ; Feng, D; Hu, LW; Zeng, XW; Hu, Q; et al. (Elsevier BVAlankomaat, 2019)
      Living in greener places may protect against obesity, but epidemiological evidence is inconsistent and mainly comes from developed nations. We aimed to investigate the association between greenness and obesity in Chinese ...
    • Residential greenness and blood lipids in urban-dwelling adults: The 33 Communities Chinese Health Study 

      Yang, BY; Markevych, I; Heinrich, J; Bloom, MS; Qian, Z; Geiger, SD; Vaughn, M; Liu, S; Guo, Y; Dharmage, SC; Jalaludin, B; Knibbs, LD; Chen, D; Jalava, P; Lin, S; Hung-Lam Yim, S; Liu, KK; Zeng, XW; Hu, LW; Dong, GH (Elsevier BV, 2019)
      While exposure to places with higher greenness shows health benefits, evidence is scarce on its lipidemic effects. We assessed the associations between residential greenness and blood lipids and effect mediations by air ...