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A scientometric analysis of indoor air pollution research during 1990-2019.

Indoor air pollution is one of the most significant risk factors for various adverse health conditions, including premature deaths around the world. We reviewed IAP studies from 1990 to 2019 retrieved from the Web of Science database in a comprehensive and systematic way, a popular tool for visualizing scientific, temporal, and trend trends in a scientific field. Several fields were represented in the journals devoted to IAP related studies; 'Indoor Air', a journal that solely focuses on IAP issues, ranked fifth among top-cited journals.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2022.115736


Heterogeneous impact of eco-innovation on premature deaths resulting from indoor and outdoor air pollution: empirical evidence from EU29 countries.

Environmental innovations play a vital role in lowering air pollution and the number of pollution-related deaths. The role of eco-innovations in environmental quality has been investigated by the majority of the previous studies. To our knowledge, no research has looked at the effects of eco-innovation on air pollution as a cause of mortality. This report examines the effect of eco-innovations on premature deaths from indoor and outdoor air pollution in twenty-nine European countries from 1995 to 2019. For this purpose, this report explores the effect of eco-innovations on premature deaths from indoor and outdoor air pollution in twenty-nine European countries from 1995 to 2019. In addition, the effect of eco-innovations on reducing mortality due to indoor pollution is more significant than that related to outdoor pollution. Both variables, including eco-innovation and CO2 pollution, have a bidirectional causal association with indoor and outdoor mortality as a result of air pollution, according to the Dumitrescu-Hurlin causality study. Governments and lawmakers can help solve this issue by increasing support packages and lowering taxes, which may help to minimize this issue.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-22423-z


On the frontlines : An exploratory analysis of unequal exposure to air pollution and COVID-19 in the United States.

Poor air quality has been linked to decreased air quality and worse COVID-19 results, according to new research. Using county level data for the United States from the first wave of the pandemic in 2020, we investigate the relationship between air quality and COVID-19 results, as well as the fact that minorities' observed disparities in COVID-19 outcomes.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12939-022-01705-5


Short-term exposure to PM10 and cardiovascular hospitalization in persons with and without disabilities: Invisible population in air pollution epidemiology.

Persons with disabilities, the world's largest group, may be more vulnerable to particulate matter than those without disabilities. PwD have not been studied in air pollution epidemiology, although many studies have focused on population susceptibility to PM. This research looked at correlations of disability and cardiovascular hospital admissions due to the presence of a disability in short-term exposure to PM with an aerodynamic diameter smaller than 10 bcm and cardiovascular hospital admissions by a disability, as well as hospital admissions due to a disability in South Korea. In seven metropolitan cities from 2002 to 2015, we used the National Health Insurance Service-National Sample Cohort to investigate the relationship between short-term exposure to PM10 and cardiovascular hospital admissions in seven metropolitan cities from 2002 to 2015. PwD could be more adversely affected by PM10 than their non-disabled peers, according to the study.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.157717


Moderate aerobic training is safe and improves glucose intolerance induced by the association of high fat diet and air pollution.

Insulin resistance's risk factors include obesity and exposure to fine particulate matter, to which physical activity is the most effective non-pharmacological therapy. This review investigated whether moderate aerobic exercise could reduce the metabolic and oxidative impairment in the gastrocnemius caused by a high-fat diet and PM2. 5 exposure. Female mice were provided with HFD or a standard diet, intranasal instillation of 20 u03bcg residual oil fly ash, or saline seven times per week for 19 weeks. After ending up swimming with a 5% body weight of work for 60 min, Trained animals followed a progressive diet for six weeks, with the sedentary animals remaining in shallow water. Aerobic moderate training reduced weight gain and glucose intolerance while also reducing muscle and pancreatic mass loss as a result of a HFD plus ROFA experience. Because of this, our research reveals that moderate exercise is the most effective non-pharmacological therapy for obesity and insulin resistance in polluted environments.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-22196-5


Changing trends in the air pollution-related disease burden from 1990 to 2019 and its predicted level in 25 years.

Due to industrial development, exposure to air pollution has increased in the twentieth century. A timely, comprehensive, and accurate assessment and prediction of disease risk can help reduce the health risks of air pollution. By the autoregressive integrated moving average model and exponential smoothing scheme from 2020 to 2044, we estimated the number and the age-standardized death and disability risk of life years attributable to air pollution from 2020 to 2044. In 2019, air pollution accounted for 11. 6 percent of death and 0. 8 percent of DALY globally. In those nations with greater population densities, greater numbers of elders, greater proportions of elders, and smaller numbers of females, the disease burden attributed to air pollution was lower. According to the predicted findings, the number of air pollution-related deaths and DALY would rise.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-22318-z


The association between prenatal greenspace exposure and Autism spectrum disorder, and the potentially mediating role of air pollution reduction: A population-based birth cohort study.

The incidence of autism spectrum disorder has increased in recent decades. Greenspace has been associated with positive child growth, but no greenspace studies has looked at ASD risk or prenatal exposures. Greenspace can have immediate consequences on ASD risk and indirect consequences by reducing air pollution exposure, a common ASD risk factor.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2022.107445


Associations of air pollution with peripheral inflammation and cardiac autonomic physiology in children.

The consequences of air pollution on health have risen in prominence as a result of climate change-related disasters. TNFu03b1, IL-8, IL-10, and TNFu03b1 were among 100 child serum samples analyzed by 100 child serum samples: IL-6, IL-8, IL-10, and TNFu03b1. The pre-ejection period, respiratory sinus arrhythmia, cardiac autonomic control, and cardiac autonomic balance were all determined by autonomic balance. IL-6 was positively related to daily PM2. 5 and was positively related to daily PM2. 5. Children's risk of inflammation may be exacerbated by air pollution.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/cad.20474


Air Pollution Health Impact Monitoring and Health Risk Assessment Technology and Its Application - China, 2006-2019.

Air pollution is a significant risk factor in China's burden of disease. To minimize the effects of air pollution on public health, health risk assessment and monitoring are both important. The National Health Commission has released technical information for assisting health risk assessments in China. This paper introduces the scheme, the research approach, the main research findings, inventions, and public health effects, as well as future research.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.46234/ccdcw2022.125


Exposure to outdoor and indoor air pollution and risk of overweight and obesity across different life periods: A review.

Air pollution is now considered one of the major threats to global health and a key risk factor for non-communicable diseases, according to the World Health Organization, and it is also a key risk factor for noncommunicable diseases. Obesity and obesity have been related to environmental exposure to air pollution, according to new, expanding epidemiological studies. In recent years, this review summarizes the epidemiological evidence for the connection between exposure to various outdoor and indoor air pollutants, as well as obesity and obesity results. This report also includes macro- and micro-interventions to minimize the adverse effects of air pollution exposure on the obesity epidemic.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoenv.2022.113893

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