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ETHealthWorld (India) 08/22/2019 06:27
Given the extensive evidence on their health impacts, PM10 and PM2.5 are regulated through the World Health Organisation ( WHO ) Air Quality Guidelines and standards in major countries," Guo added.
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Science Media Centre 08/22/2019 04:00
In addition, the results presented make a compelling case to consider reducing exposure to air pollutant concentrations that are below current national standards and even the WHO Air Quality Guideline Value of 10 µg m-3.
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The counties with the worst air quality had a 27 percent increase in bipolar disorder and a 6 percent increase in major depression when compared to those with the best air quality.
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The results suggest that air pollution exposure may help explain why so many people without any history of smoking still develop chronic emphysema, the study team concludes.
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CNN (United States) 08/21/2019 17:57
Air pollution kills, even when it meets air quality guidelines, study finds.
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Scientists found when levels of pollution spike, so does the number of deaths, including those from heart failure, asthma and lung diseases.
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Energy Live 08/19/2019 21:00
A quarter of hospitals in England are located in areas with dangerous levels of air pollution.
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Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/18/2019 20:00
The spokesman said Victoria’s EPA was also leading the national review under way for nitrogen dioxide and sulphur dioxide under the national environment protection (ambient air quality) measure and it was likely this would lead to stricter national standards.
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U.S. News 08/15/2019 00:01
Secondhand smoke exposure can lead to serious health repercussions for children, including severe asthma attacks and other respiratory issues, slowed lung growth, ear infections and sudden infant death syndrome.
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Gizmodo 08/14/2019 12:55
As the Trump administration continues to roll back environmental protections, marginalized communities may bear an even greater burden if their air quality diminishes.
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