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Pregnant women exposed to extreme temperatures relative to their usual environment may be at increased risk for having smaller babies
Common environmental factors such as extreme ambient temperatures and air pollution are known to increase the risk of many serious health problems including stroke, heart attack, asthma, and lung cancer. More recently, there is also evidence suggesting
Air pollution, and especially indoor air pollution from burning highly polluting solid fuels such as wood, crop residues, and coal, has intuitive and well-documented relationships with respiratory health. In recent years, many studies have also shown relationships
Using computers to understand the deposition of pollutant and therapeutic aerosols in the human lungs
In an urban setting, suspended pollutant particles enter our lungs along with air we inhale. A good portion of them gets deposited on our airways, often inducing toxic effects. A young child or an elderly patient facing
In recent years, a vehicle cabin has been recognized as an important indoor environment for people often go working, shopping, traveling, school and home with vehicles. Unfortunately, people can exposure to airborne VOCs pollution in vehicular cabins.