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Tag Archives: lung disease
Nepal has ‘world’s highest’ lung disease death rate
Nepal has the world’s highest age-adjusted death rate for chronic lung disease at 182.5 per 100,000 population, with more than 3,000 years lost to ill health or disability from the condition, according to an international study. Nearly all cases of … Continue reading
Even low levels of air pollution can increase heart, lung risks in older adults
Long-term exposure to air pollution, even at low levels, can increase the risk for heart and lung disease in older adults, new research shows. The study, published Monday in the American Heart Association journal Circulation, found exposure to three types … Continue reading
Nonsmokers can get emphysema from air pollution, study finds
Researchers hope that understanding the causes of debilitating lung disease may lead to better prevention and treatment. Long-term exposure to air pollution was linked to increases in emphysema between 2000 and 2018, according to a study funded by NIEHS and … Continue reading