Saturday 19 April 2014

All posts tagged heart


Air pollution linked to higher heart failure risk

According to a review of past studies that suggests a need for tighter regulation of exhaust fumes and other pollutants, exposure to air pollution raises the risk of being hospitalised or dying from heart failure. The danger rose by 3.5 …

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Traffic pollution, noise linked to heart diseases

According to a German study, which for the first time explored the links between the two, exposure to traffic pollution and noise can in the long run lead

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Obama starts US environmental push

United States President, Barack Obama, has pitched the first major environmental effort of his second term in a bid to slash smog-forming emissions from petrol. His move against the


Tiny pollutant causing surge in heart deaths

New research shows exposure to higher levels of fine particulates, the airborne pollution that is an emerging problem in many Asian cities, causes a sharp rise in deaths


Experts: ‘flawed’ food plan is for big business

Health experts say Australia’s minority Labor government's draft national food plan is flawed because it prioritises the demands of big business over the nutritional needs of the public.


Climate alliance challenges Vic/NSW wind farm claims

There is no credible evidence that living near turbines is bad for people’s physical well-being according to a leading alliance of health and welfare groups and they have

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