|Epidemiological evidence that indoor air pollution from cooking with solid fuels accelerates skin aging in Chinese women|
|Li, Miaozhu1,2,3,4; Vierkoetter, Andrea1; Schikowski, Tamara1,5,6; Huels, Anke1; Ding, Anan2,3,4; Matsui, Mary S.7; Deng, Binwei8; Ma, Chuan9; Ren, Aiguo10; Zhang, Juan3,4; Tan, Jingze3,4; Yang, Yajun3,4; Jin, Li2,3,4; Krutmann, Jean1; Li, Zhiwen10; Wang, Sijia2,3,4|
|关键词||Skin aging Chinese population Indoor air pollution exposure Cooking with solid fuels|
|刊名||JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGICAL SCIENCE|
|WOS标题词||Science & Technology|
|关键词[WOS]||ARYL-HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR ; TOBACCO-SMOKE EXTRACT ; COAL ; POLLUTANTS|
Background: Recently, we showed that outdoor air pollution exposure from traffic and industry is associated with an increased risk of skin aging in Caucasian women. In China, indoor air pollution exposure caused by the use of solid fuels like coal is a major health problem and might also increase the risk of skin aging in Chinese women.
Objective: As cooking with solid fuels is a major source of indoor air pollution exposure in China, we aimed to test if cooking with solid fuels is associated with more pronounced skin aging in Chinese women.
Methods: We conducted two cross-sectional studies in China to assess the association between cooking with solid fuels and signs of skin aging. In Pingding (in northern China) we assessed N=405 and in Taizhou (in southern China)N=857 women between 30 and 90 years of age. Skin aging was evaluated by the SCINEXA (TM) score. Indoor air pollution exposure, sun exposure, smoking and other confounders were assessed by questionnaires. Associations were then tested by linear and logistic regression analyses adjusted for further confounders.
Results: The analysis showed that cooking with solid fuels was significantly associated with a 5-8% more severe wrinkle appearance on face and an 74% increased risk of having fine wrinkles on back of hands in both studies combined, independent of age and other influences on skin aging.
Conclusion: The present studies thus corroborate our previous finding that air pollution is associated with skin aging and extend it by showing that indoor air pollution might be another risk factor for skin aging. (C) 2015 Published by Elsevier Ireland Ltd on behalf of Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology.
|资助机构||Estee Lauder Companies ; Max Planck-CAS Paul Gerson Unna Independent Research Group Leadership Award ; Excellent Young Scientists Fund ; National Science Foundation of China ; National Thousand Young Talents Award by the Organization Department of the Central Committee of the CPC|
|作者单位||1.Swiss Trop Inst Publ Hlth, Basel, Switzerland|
2.Univ Basel, Basel, Switzerland
3.Estee Lauder Co Inc, Melville, NY USA
4.Estee Lauder Co Inc, Shanghai, Peoples R China
5.IUF Leibniz Res Inst Environm Med, Dusseldorf, Germany
6.China Med City Inst Hlth Sci, Taizhou, Peoples R China
7.Chinese Acad Sci, Max Planck Partner Inst Computat Biol, Shanghai Inst Biol Sci, Key Lab Computat Biol, Shanghai, Peoples R China
8.Fudan Univ, Sch Life Sci, Minister Educ, Key Lab Contemporary Anthropol, Shanghai 200433, Peoples R China
9.Peking Univ, Hosp 3, Dept Dermatol, Beijing 100871, Peoples R China
10.Peking Univ, Sch Publ Hlth, Minist Hlth, Key Lab Reprod & Child Hlth,Inst Reprod & Child H, Beijing 100871, Peoples R China
|Li, Miaozhu,Vierkoetter, Andrea,Schikowski, Tamara,et al. Epidemiological evidence that indoor air pollution from cooking with solid fuels accelerates skin aging in Chinese women[J]. JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGICAL SCIENCE,2015,79(2):148-154.|
|APA||Li, Miaozhu.,Vierkoetter, Andrea.,Schikowski, Tamara.,Huels, Anke.,Ding, Anan.,...&Wang, Sijia.(2015).Epidemiological evidence that indoor air pollution from cooking with solid fuels accelerates skin aging in Chinese women.JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGICAL SCIENCE,79(2),148-154.|
|MLA||Li, Miaozhu,et al."Epidemiological evidence that indoor air pollution from cooking with solid fuels accelerates skin aging in Chinese women".JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGICAL SCIENCE 79.2(2015):148-154.|