Five days before the Beijing Marathon, the air pollution level in Beijing was rated “very unhealthy” by the US Embassy, and buildings in the distance appeared obscured by haze. Nonetheless, about 30,000 runners are gathering in the city on Sunday … Continue reading
Relatively low levels of ozone (<120micrograms/m3) can affect lung function in endurance athletes, making it more difficult to bring large volumes of air into their lungs (Respiratory Effects of Low-Level Photochemical Air Pollution in Amateur Cyclists,” American Journal od Resp. … Continue reading
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What in the world is Galen Rupp wearing? | OregonLive.com. He is one of the USA’s top long distance runners and he wears a mask when running in places with air pollution. Will Galen Rupp need his mask in London … Continue reading
Can You Be Allergic to Running?| Huffington Post The video at the end of this article suggest ways in which to alleviate allergy symptoms when running. However they fail to mention one of the most successful ways of dealing with … Continue reading
Exercising Outdoors: How Does Pollution Affect Athletes? | Active.com. Are there are long-term consequences of exercising in air that is polluted? Dr. Morton Lippmann, a professor of environmental medicine at the New York University School of Medicine says given what … Continue reading
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