Day: March 10, 2018

Air pollution publicity raises cardiac death rate By Helen Albert.

These results increase those of previous studies showing that contact with high levels of air pollution increases the risk for center and lung disease, and also overall mortality, say the researchers. As reported in the European Heart Journal, Cathryn Tonne and Paul Wilkinson utilized data from the Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Task to assess the impact of air pollution publicity on mortality following admission to hospital with acute coronary syndrome . Related StoriesEmbryonic stem cells may help researchers to study physiological effects of environmental pollutants on human healthWeather and pollution affect outcomes after center attackAir pollution from wildfires may heighten threat of heart-related incidentsIn total, 154,204 individuals from England and Wales had been included in the study. Read More