Heat stress, health and well-being: findings from a large national cohort of Thai adults
OBJECTIVES This study aims to examine the association between self-reported heat stress interference with daily activities (sleeping, work, travel, housework and exercise) and three graded-holistic health and well-being outcomes (energy, emotions and life satisfaction). DESIGN A cross-sectional study. SETTING The setting is tropical and developing countries as Thailand, where high temperature and high humidity are common, particularly during the hottest seasons. PARTICIPANTS This study is based...[Show more]
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