Could Air Pollution Cause DNA Damages in Children and Teenagers?
Children and teenagers face a type of DNA damage called telomere shortening in children and teenagers, due to increased traffic related air pollution.
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Exposure to high prenatal stress and air pollution linked to increased risk for childhood asthma
A new study has found that children, especially boys, whose mothers were exposed to higher levels of outdoor particulate air pollution at the same time that they were very...
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Measles outbreaks caused by suppressed immune systems, not "anti-vaxxers," finds intriguing air pollution study
Measles are making a huge comeback in the United States. Parents who don't vaccinate their kids are often blamed by doctors and journalists for the revival of this rather...
1 day ago - Natural News
Traffic pollution linked to aging and asthma in children
Youngsters had a specific type of DNA damage called telomere shortening - the main cause of premature aging - say Californian researchers.
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Traffic-related air pollution linked to DNA damage in children
Children and teens exposed to high levels of traffic-related air pollution have evidence of a specific type of DNA damage called telomere shortening, reports a new study.
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Study finds link between traffic-related air pollution and telomere shortening in children
Children and teens exposed to high levels of traffic-related air pollution have evidence of a specific type of DNA damage called telomere shortening, reports a study in the May...
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Could the Handmaid's Tale Actually Happen?
The handmaids-if they had been allowed to write in Margaret Atwood's dystopia-would not have much to write home about. As the book and popular Hulu show portray, the lives of...
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Experts Press Feds To Eradicate Lead Poisoning By 2021
In just five years, the U.S. could end the problem of lead poisoning , a group of health experts argues ― if federal overseers are given more ammunition to attack the problem...
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You Asked: Should I Use an Air Purifier?
Air pollution causes about 200,000 early deaths a year in the U.S., according to research from MIT . It's also been linked to negative effects for the children of pregnant...
13 days ago - Time
Organized Medicine Takes on Climate Change, but Not All Docs Agree
As global warming and pollution's impact on human health becomes clearer, the call goes out for doctors to become advocates. Medscape
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Chelsea Peretti's Twitter Rant About Commenting On Pregnant Women's Bodies...
PSA: A pregnant woman's body goes through changes. You do not ever need to comment on said changes. For astounding and inexplicable reasons, we still live in a time where...
Child Therapist Gives Gorgeous Explanation Of What Good Parenting Looks Like
An Australian mom's brief exchange with a child therapist produced a beautiful lesson about motherhood that all parents can appreciate. On Sunday, popular blogger and author...
Heartbreaking Photos From Manchester Attack Hit Close To Home For Parents
Manchester attack hits close to home for parents Last night a terror attack left 22 people dead and dozens injured. The attack took place at an Ariana Grande concert at the...
Avoid Fruit Juice For Children Below One: Pediatricians
Giving fruit juice for infants or children at an earlier stage can cause tooth decay and weight gain. Therefore, children should be encouraged to eat whole fruits.
Explosion, Multiple Fatalities At Ariana Grande Concert In Manchester, UK
Fatalities reported after explosion at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester There have been reports of a large explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, UK, at the...
Ellie Kemper Shares First Photo Of Adorable Son
Ellie Kemper has been quite busy lately. In addition to promoting the third season of her Netflix show, “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” the actress is also raising her baby...
Sleep apnea increases risk of pregnancy complications
A study by Brown University of more than 1.5 million pregnancies in the US found the disorder was directly linked to longer hospital stays and even admission to the ICU.
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