Exposure to pollution in utero increase the risk of lung inflammation in mice for 3 generations

New research published monthly continues to shed light on the negative health effects of air pollution which include aggravation of existing cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, development of chronic diseases like asthma and heart disease, and even an early risk of death. Traditionally considered to be reserved for severe pollution events, the health concerns surrounding air…

Pollution, pregnancy and the link to autism

Autism has been the focus of much research and media attention over the past couple years ever since the false suggestion that the MMR vaccines cause autism. Luckily, there has been some good quality research recently that has begun to unravel the mechanisms behind autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASD). We know from previous research…