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Here’s how the fuel we cook with can affect our mental health

Women’s mental health is more likely to suffer from using biomass fuels than men’s, largely due to traditional gender norms, study finds. Image: REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar

Matthew Shupler

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Environmental Public Health, University of Liverpool

Dan Pope

Professor of Global Public Health, University of Liverpool

Elisa Puzzolo

Senior Research Fellow, University of Liverpool

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