Babies in strollers can be exposed to more than twice as much pollution than adults
Babies in strollers or prams can be exposed to up to 60 percent more pollution than their parents, causing potential damage to their frontal lobe and impacting on their...
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Babies in prams 'exposed to more pollution'
Infants in prams can be exposed to up to 60% more pollution than adults, a study finds.
16 minutes ago - BBC - 3 articles
Prams expose babies to up to 60% more air pollution than adults
Researchers from the University of Surrey found that the air in the first metre above the ground is usually the most polluted due to it being relatively level with vehicle...
50 minutes ago - Daily Mail - 3 articles
Study helps to better understand disease caused by Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency
The disease consists of a production deficit of Alpha-1 antitrypsin, which is produced in the liver. The main role of this protein is to protect the lungs from degradation or...
1 hour ago - News Medical
Study highlights pollution exposure of babies in prams
Babies in prams can be exposed to up to 60 percent more pollution than their parents, causing potential damage to their frontal lobe and impacting on their cognitive abilities...
6 hours ago - News Medical
How Factory Farms Pump, Poison and Pollute the Earth
By Dr. Mercola Up to 40 percent of drinking water worldwide comes from underground waterways that make up largely uncharted aquifer systems, some containing water that's tens...
8 hours ago - Mercola
Straws Aren't The Worst Offenders When It Comes To Ocean Plastic - By A Long Shot
The campaign against plastic straws is distracting us from real contributors to ocean pollution: fishing nets From tragic stories of marine life killed by ocean plastic...
22 hours ago - Scary Mommy
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Research of the Week Sugar may alter collagen synthesis in the joints, increasing the risk of osteoarthritis . Homo erectus: “ YOLO !!” US pollution levels have dropped...
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Killing the cure? Deep sea habitats hold promise for human health solutions but are being decimated by pollution
According to Shirley Pomponi, a marine biotechnology expert, cancer cures could be hiding among deep-sea coral ecosystems. However, these creatures are under threat because of...
2 days ago - Natural News
5th lawsuit filed against EPA over 2015 mine waste spill
A fifth lawsuit has been filed against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over a mine waste spill the agency inadvertently triggered in 2015, polluting rivers in...
3 days ago - ABC News
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E-cigarette Vapor May Damage Your Lung Immune Cells
Long-term use of e-cigarette or vaping can increase the production of inflammatory chemicals which can damage vital immune cells in the lung.
Intensive Care Mortality Prognostic Model for Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension*
Objectives: The disease burden and mortality of children with pulmonary hypertension are significantly higher than for the general PICU population. We aimed to develop a...
Simple Blood Tests May Help Identify Rare Cancer Earlier
Simple blood tests can help detect myeloma, a rare cancer type, finds a new study.
Does THIS explain why women are more likely to suffer migraine?
Researchers at Universitas Miguel Hernández in Elche reviewed decades of medical literature to make the conclusion, published in the journal Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences.
Kids who regularly talk to adults improve two areas of their brain
Children who talk to adults improve the language regions of their developing brain more quickly and get better language skills, according to new research by Massachusetts...
Wearable Devices and Mobile Health Technology Can Promote Overall Health
Wearable devices and mobile health technology may work better as part of a general overall health plan, rather than working only to help weight loss, finds a new study.
Pregnant women could be spared epidurals if NHS changed painkiller
Experts say remifentanil is more effective than the injection, pethidine, given to 250,000 women in a year. Forty per cent of women in the UK end up needing an epidural after...
E-cigarettes are NOT as safe as we've been led to believe
University of Birmingham research has revealed vaping triggers damaging inflammatory chemicals in the airways. When inhaled, the liquid condenses and 'disables protective cells.'
Doctor-patient Discussions Neglect Potential Harms of Lung Cancer Screening
The quality of the conversation about lung cancer screening was poor and discussion of the potential harms of screening was virtually nonexistent, found study.
Artificial Intelligence Platform Screens for Acute Neurological Illnesses
New study findings lay the framework for applying deep learning and computer vision techniques to radiological imaging.