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Air pollution significantly raises risk of infertility, study finds

Exclusive: With 30% of infertility unexplained, pollution could be an ‘unignorable’ risk factor, scientists sayExposure to air pollution significantly increases the risk of infertility, according to the first study to examine the danger to the general population.
Air pollution significantly raises risk of infertility, study finds
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Air pollution significantly raises risk of infertility, study finds

Exclusive: With 30% of infertility unexplained, pollution could be an ‘unignorable’ risk factor, scientists sayExposure to air pollution significantly increases the risk of infertility, according to the first study to examine the danger to the general population.The analysis of 18,000 couples in China found that those living with moderately higher levels of small-particle pollution had a 20% greater risk of infertility, defined as not becoming p…

3 months ago|London, United Kingdom
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Air pollution raises infertility risk by up to 20 per cent, study finds

The fine particulate pollution produced by cars and industry has also been associated with other health problems

3 months ago|London, United Kingdom
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How outdoor pollution affects indoor air quality

Just when you thought you could head indoors to be safe from the air pollution that plagues the Salt Lake Valley, new research shows that elevated air pollution events, like horror movie villains, claw their way into indoor spaces.

2 months ago|Washington, United States
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Breathing polluted air 'raises risk of infertility by 20%'

The alarming results came from a study of more than 10,000 couples (Picture: Getty)Air pollution could be a major factor in infertility, scientists have warned. A large study of would-be Chinese parents found that those who live in places with higher concentrations of damaging pollution particles had a 20% higher risk of being infertile.Experts have long warned that dirty air is hugely damaging to health, while around 30% of infertility is unexp…

3 months ago|London, United Kingdom
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Air pollution could significantly affect your chances of conceiving a baby - according to a new study

A new study has discovered that living in an area with high concentrations of air pollution can increase the risk of infertility.

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Pollution exposure associated with increased COVID-19 infections and deaths in Colorado, study finds

Particulate air pollution of the sort churned out by western wildfires and vehicle traffic is associated with increased COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and deaths in Colorado, according to a state health department analysis released Thursday.Colorado communities exposed repeatedly over years to heavier particulate pollution generally have had more trouble with COVID-19 during the pandemic, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environme…

3 months ago|Denver, United States
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Air pollution raises infertility risk by up to 20 per cent, study finds

Air pollution raises infertility risk by up to 20 per cent, study finds

3 months ago|United States
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How outdoor pollution affects indoor air quality

In a long-term study in a Salt Lake-area building, researchers found that the amount of air pollution that comes indoors depends on the type of outdoor pollution. Wildfires, fireworks and wintertime inversions all affect indoor air to different degrees.

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High levels of air pollution may significantly increase risk of infertility, new study finds

The research found that people living in areas with worse air quality in China were less likely to conceive

3 months ago|London, United Kingdom
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Low levels of air pollution increase the risk of heart and lung disease

Air pollution elevates the risk of heart and lung disease over time, even at low levels, according to a study published by the American Heart Association. The researchers found that for people aged 65 and older, long-term exposure to air pollution can increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, atrial fibrillation, and pneumonia.Study lead author Dr. Mahdieh Danesh-Yazdi is a postdoctoral researcher at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Healt…

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