Pollution linked to one in six deaths
One year ago - By BBC
Pollution has been linked to nine million deaths each year worldwide, according to a report in The Lancet.
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Here's How Many People Die from Pollution Around the World
One year ago - By Time
In one of the most extensive reports of its kind, environmental health experts have estimated that nine million premature deaths worldwide-16% of all deaths-were linked to pollution in 2015, with the majority of deaths coming from air pollution.
The new study, published in the journal The Lancet and written by more than 40 international health and environmental experts, uses data from the the Global Burden of Disease, an international study that examines trends across populations and estimates mortality from major diseases and their causes. To estimate the number of people who died from...
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Pollution kills nine million each year, report finds
One year ago - By Daily Mail
Air pollution accounted for 6.5 million deaths on its own, a report published in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet found. Icahn School of Medicine in New York scientists made the findings.
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The number of American teenagers who vape is increasing at an alarming rate, finds a new survey.
UAE Parents want Ban on Smartphones in Schools for Under-16 Children
Parents want a ban of smartphones in UAE schools for children under 16 years. smartphones have a negative impact on children's mental health.
School-based Nutritional Programs Can Reduce Obesity in Students
School-based nutritional policies and programs can reduce body mass index and cut down obesity risk among students, reveals a new study.
Early Follow-up Decreases Death Risk, Hospital Admission in Heart Failure...
Heart failure patients have a decreased risk of death, hospital admission if seen by a doctor in the first seven days after emergency department discharge, finds a new study.
Front-of-Package Food Labels Encourage Healthier Eating: Study
Nutrition labels on front of food packaging can promote healthier food choices, reports a new study.
Excess Use and Misuse of Benzodiazepines: New Study
Misuse of benzodiazepines among U.S adults is on the rise for anxiety and sleeplessness which could be reduced by behavioral treatment
New Drug Offers Hope for Patients with Bone Marrow Cancer
New study offers hope for patients with a serious type of bone marrow cancer as a new therapeutic drug has revealed improved outcomes and survival rates.
How Strength Training Could Help You Get a Better Night's Sleep
You probably don't weight train to improve your sleep habits. It's more likely you do it to slow down muscle loss, build strength, and look fabulous in a pair of leggings! But...