Researchers Take an Up-Close and Personal Look at What Pollution Does to the Body

October 20, 2014 by  
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Air pollution is one of those things that we know is awful for our bodies, but it can be hard to see the actual impact. So even though about 3.7 million people died prematurely from air pollution in 2012 alone, it’s easy to forget day-to-day just how deadly that smoggy air can be. Scientists at the University of Melbourne are studying air pollution, however, and taking a close-up look to show people just how those airborne particles are harming our bodies. Read the rest of Researchers Take an Up-Close and Personal Look at What Pollution Does to the Body Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: air pollution , air pollution health , air pollution policy , environmental pollution , free radicals , lung damage air pollution , nitrogen oxide , nitrogen oxide pollution , ozone , ozone pollution , pollution and respiratory disease , pollution research , smog

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