Air Pollution

Air pollution is the contamination of air due to the presence of substances in the atmosphere that are harmful to the health of humans and other living beings, or cause damage to the climate or to materials.

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Dense measurement network links air pollution and common agricultural practice

Risky Business: Exposure to Air Pollution Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke Within 5 Days

Exposure to air pollution linked to increased risk of stroke within 5 days

Fixing Air Pollution Could Dramatically Improve Health Disparities

The Hidden Danger: Air Pollution’s Link to Breast Cancer Risk

Exposure to air pollution while in the womb is linked to adverse changes in cell processes in new-born babies

New USC Study: Even “Safe” Air Pollution Levels Can Harm the Developing Brain

Wildfire Smoke Returns: Air Pollution From Canada Fires Engulfs New York To Chicago

Air Pollution Is Deadlier Than You Think

Even Low Air Pollution Levels Linked To Longer Hospital Stays For Covid-19 Patients

Air pollution ‘aged’ hospital Covid patients by 10 years, study shows

Even 'safe' air pollution levels can harm the developing brain, study finds

Wildfires Will Only Get Worse. We Need Satellite Tracking of Air Pollution

Harvard Scientists Reveal That Air Pollution May Increase Risk of Dementia

Air pollution in US from wildfire smoke is worst in recent recorded history

Air Quality This Week Gives U.S. a Glimpse of the World’s Air Pollution

Air pollution monitors have been accidentally harvesting wildlife DNA

Air pollution monitoring may accidentally help scientists track biodiversity

Air pollution sensors can double as biodiversity monitors

Lethal Risk: Long-Term Air Pollution Exposure Linked to Severe COVID-19