Human breath may significantly affect office air quality, reveals study

Thus, the quality of office air can be just as instrumental in predicting whether or not individuals continue to experience good health. How can we tell if office air quality is adequate, and what are the greatest pollutants of office air? New research suggests that the greatest pollutants of office air are humans, who unwittingly […]

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Air pollution may impact foetal cardiovascular system, says study

#WorldEnvironmentDay: New study links air pollution with development of atherosclerosis

New research suggests that chronic exposure to ambient ozone may raise the risk of atherosclerosis and harm arterial health. Atherosclerosis is the result of fatty deposits – such as cholesterol, fat, or cellular waste – accumulating inside a person’s arteries. Over time, the build-up of plaque inside the blood vessels’ walls thickens the arteries, which […]

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Here’s how to protect yourself from pneumonia this winter

Infants born preterm may lack key lung cells later in life, study suggests

Mice born into an oxygen-rich environment respond worse to the flu once fully grown due to an absence of certain lung cells, a discovery that provides a potential explanation for preterm infants’ added susceptibility to influenza and other lung diseases later in their lives, according to new research from the University of Rochester Medical Center […]

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