The European Space Agency ESA used images from China to show the increasing levels of air pollution that are increasing globally with the removal of quarantines in countries. “Now, more than a year after the pandemic emerged, as restrictions eased, air pollution is on the rise again,” the space agency said in a statement. Images created using data from ESA’s Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite show monthly average nitrogen dioxide concentrations in China in February 2019, February…"Air pollution levels rose again globally as quarantines relax"
Desert dust and sands, which took off with the low pressure system formed over North Africa, affected Europe in the high pressure area. The decrease in intensity over the weekend the desert dust, are expected to come to Turkey. Professor of Chest Diseases, Dicle University Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Abdurrahman Şenyiğit said that desert powders can increase the frequency of attacks in those with COPD, bronchitis and asthma. PATIENTS WITH ALLERGY AND ASTHMA SHOULD BE…"‘Desert dust’ warning from professor: the virus stays in the air longer"
gave | Saturday, February 20, 2021 – 17:34 | Last Updated: 20 02 2021 – 17:34 Drawing attention to the dangers of room odors used in homes and cars and exposed to more in winter, Chest Diseases Specialist Prof. Dr. Muhammed Emin Akkoyunlu said, “Although we are in the middle of winter, we have seen an increase in asthma cases. The most important reason for this is room odors used in closed areas.” Akkoyunlu warned…"‘Air freshener’ warning on increase in asthma …"
Air pollution from fossil fuel use caused 18 percent of the world’s deaths in 2018, according to a study completed at Harvard University. According to the study titled “Global Mortality Rate from Outdoor Particulate Pollution from Combustion of Fossil Fuels” conducted at Harvard University in collaboration with the University of Birmingham, Leicester University and University College London, there were more than 8 million deaths due to fossil fuel-induced air pollution in 2018. Accordingly, air pollution…"Air pollution in one in five deaths – health news"
Although infertility affects millions of couples worldwide, relatively little research has been done on the impact of air pollution. Polluted air is already known to increase risks in pregnancy, including preterm birth and low birth weight, but its effects on sperm and egg production have not been demonstrated before. “SO WORST AS SMOKING” Dr. Qin Li stated that parents should be concerned about air pollution, “Numerous studies have shown that air pollution is associated with…"Air pollution causes infertility – health news"