The study, National Institute of National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, a component of the National Institutes of Health, is the largest on on the link between fine particulate air pollution and hospital admissions for heart and lung diseases. The study results show that small increases in fine particulate air pollution in increased hospital admissions for cardiovascular disease, heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and respiratory infections caused -. The data show that study participants experienced more than 75 years even greater increases in admissions for heart problems and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease than those between 65 and 74 , said NIH Director Elias A. Zerhouni, MD.. Increases the risk for cardiovascular, respiratory diseases in elderlyNew data from a four-year study of 11.5 million Medicare show enrollees that short-term exposure to fine particulate air pollution from sources such as vehicle exhaust and power plant emissions increases the risk of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases in people over 65 years.
Following Dominici, fine particles pose a significant health problem deep into the lungs deep into the lungs, and some may even get into the bloodstream. Because we know that can inhaled particles affect cardiovascular and respiratory health, we need the specific characteristics of fine particles, which identify to produce these adverse health effects, ‘she said. ‘In the meantime, these results underscore the need for a air air quality standard, adequately protects the airway health of our citizens. ‘.With courtesy of entire Kaiser entire Kaiser Daily Health policy coverage from view are looking , or, or sign up for mail service to Emperor Daily Health Policy Report strongly committed royal network. A free service from The Henry J. Publish. Kaiser Family Foundation 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation, All rights reserved.
Moreover, ‘these trial offer no hard evidence in that the pasture of milk cows leading to flood-prone pastures on an urban and industrial flow system increase PBDE levels in milk, ‘Write a brine and fellow.. Flame retardants, farm land not increased level potentially harmful a flame retardant in milk.
Work alongside the river Trent in Britain, flood prone that PBDE levels were available in the soil, weed and lactic on grazing cattle distinguished among flood-prone and no flooded farms alongside the river. As flood-prone regions included significantly increased PBDE the river sediments, this increase did not higher higher PBDE levels in the grass is on Translation the soil.