A new research and study reports that 1.7 million children are affected of the air contaminants and pollutants in the environments resulting to death and health problems.
Air pollution and freeway pollution both are considered as a public health crisis and requires to be addressed immediately by the government.
A new research reveals that air pollution may alter bacteria present in the respiratory tract and trigger them to resist antibiotics.
According to recent studies, air pollution offers a significant link to millions of premature births worldwide.
Recent studies reveal that some smokers are likely to get a deadly lung disease due to their genetic make-up.
Shield-protected air pollutants increase the risk of developing lung cancer four times than previously thought.
Older women who are exposed to high levels of air pollution are four times likelier to develop global cognitive decline.
The mayor of London has just issued warnings all over the city for the recent spike in air pollution. People all around city are experiencing difficulties to even walk in the streets due to high level of air pollution.
Chinese parents are calling for the government to do something with the toxic smog that has covered Beijing over the past week.
Air pollution in cities contains drug-resistant bacteria, which increase health risks, a new study finds.
The study used images taken by satellite to measure air quality in major cities, covering 2 billion children worldwide. It was discovered that 300 million children dwell in areas where outdoor pollution is at toxic level, 6-7 times higher than international standards.
The UN health agency, World Health Organization (WHO) has recently mentioned that 92% people living in the polluted areas can suffer from diseases like lung cancer, heart diseases, and strokes, on Tuesday.
New research shows that air pollution is a global killer.
Latest study suggests that pollution caused decades ago can still be responsible for deaths today.
The national environmental regulator has announced that the country will advance its efforts to reduce air pollution in northern China, especially the winter smog that was caused due to burning of coal
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.