climate change, wildfire and mental health resources

 

Articles

Air Pollution and Climate Mental Health. Robin Cooper MD and Lise van Susteren MD, Ecopsychepedia, Dec. 19, 2023.

Research

Eisenman, David P., and Lindsay P. Galway. “The mental health and well-being effects of wildfire smoke: a scoping review.” BMC public health 22.1 (2022): 2274.

Ma, Yiqun, et al. “Wildfire smoke PM2. 5 and mortality in the contiguous United States.” medRxiv (2023). (Preprint)

Mirabelli, Maria C., et al. “Wildfire smoke and symptoms affecting mental health among adults in the US state of Oregon.” Preventive medicine 164 (2022): 107333.

Molitor, David, Jamie T. Mullins, and Corey White. “Air pollution and suicide in rural and urban America: Evidence from wildfire smoke.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120.38 (2023): e2221621120. (Abstract.)

Palinkas, Lawrence A., et al. “Adaptation Resources and Responses to Wildfire Smoke and Other Forms of Air Pollution in Low-Income Urban Settings: A Mixed-Methods Study.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 20.7 (2023): 5393.

Scieszka, David, et al. “Biomass smoke inhalation promotes neuroinflammatory and metabolomic temporal changes in the hippocampus of female mice.” Journal of Neuroinflammation 20.1 (2023): 192.

Scieszka, David, et al. “Neuroinflammatory and neurometabolomic consequences from inhaled wildfire smoke-derived particulate matter in the western United States.” Toxicological Sciences 186.1 (2022): 149-162. (Also here.)

Scieszka, David, et al. “NEUROMETABOLOMIC IMPACTS OF MODELED WILDFIRE SMOKE AND PROTECTIVE BENEFITS OF ANTI-AGING THERAPEUTICS IN AGED FEMALE C57BL/6J MICE.” bioRxiv (2023): 2023-09. (Preprint.)

To, Patricia, Ejemai Eboreime, and Vincent IO Agyapong. “The impact of wildfires on mental health: a scoping review.” Behavioral Sciences 11.9 (2021): 126.

 

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