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The findings of a recent epidemiological study suggested that omega-3 fatty acids, such as found in Omega XL®, blunted cardiac responses to air pollution exposure. Fort
Atmospheric model calculates changes in air quality over the coming decades
Trees, bushes and other greenery growing in the concrete-and-glass canyons of cities can reduce levels of two of the most worrisome air pollutants by eight times more than previously believed, a new study has found.
WHO Says Diesel Exhaust Emission Fumes Belong in Same Category as Asbestos, Arsenic and Mustard Gas and Can Cause Cancer in Humans.
Activity of the bark beetle is having an impact on both air quality and climate, according to a new report from a team of American scientists published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.
In May 2010, the ash cloud from the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull reached the Iberian Peninsula and brought airports to a halt all over Europe.
Living close to a major highway poses a significant risk to heart attack survivors, reinforcing the need to isolate housing developments from heavy traffic areas.