MOESM8 of Association between exposure to traffic-related air pollution and pediatric allergic diseases based on modeled air pollution concentrations and traffic measures in Seoul, Korea: a comparative analysis

Additional file 8: Table S4. Odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals of symptoms and doctor-diagnoses of three allergic diseases for interquartile increases in individual-level annual average concentrations of NO2, PM10, and PM2.5 (4.7 ppm, 2.85 μg/m3, and 2.69 μg/m3, respectively) in 14,614 children at homes and schools from the Seoul Atopy Friendly School Project Survey in Seoul, Korea, for 2010.