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Tag Archives: fine particle pollution
EU urban population exposed to dangerous levels of air pollution
The majority of Europe’s population living in urban areas is exposed to dangerous levels of air pollution, said the European Environment Agency on Tuesday. Over 90 percent of urban population is exposed to high levels of fine particulate matter, nitrogen … Continue reading
Which cities in the European Union are worst for air pollution?
Cities in Poland and Italy are among Europe’s worst for air quality, while those in Scandinavia and the Baltics are ranked the best, new data has revealed. The European Environment Agency (EEA) released its latest ranking on city air quality … Continue reading
Stronger air pollution standards in U.S. would have significant public health benefits
Reducing certain air pollutants in the U.S. by small amounts would prevent thousands of early deaths each year among elders, according to new research led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The study, which focused on fine particulate … Continue reading
Exposure to pollution has long-term effect on multiple generations
When severe forest fires last year blanketed Oregon and California with a thick layer of smoke, the high concentrations of fine particulate matter spewed into the air created one of the worst air pollution events in recent history. A large … Continue reading
Study links air pollution to osteoporosis
Air pollution has long been associated with health problems such as respiratory diseases, and has more recently even been linked to psychotic experiences. New research now reinforces the theory that it may also cause osteoporosis. For the recent study, scientists … Continue reading
Depression and suicide linked to air pollution in new global study
Cutting toxic air might prevent millions of people getting depression, research suggests People living with air pollution have higher rates of depression and suicide, a systematic review of global data has found. Cutting air pollution around the world to the … Continue reading
Severe air pollution can cause birth defects, deaths
In a comprehensive study, researchers from Texas A&M University have determined that harmful particulate matter in the atmosphere can produce birth defects and even fatalities during pregnancy using the animal model. The team of researchers from Texas A&M’s Colleges of … Continue reading
Air pollution now major contributor to stroke, global study finds
Scientists say finding is alarming, and shows that harm caused by air pollution to the lungs, heart and brain has been underestimated Air pollution has become a major contributor to stroke for the first time, with unclean air now blamed … Continue reading