- India will become the most populous country in the world by 2022, and that is bad news for them.
- A new hospital building in Mexico City, the Torre de Especialidades, is covered in a new type of tile called “proSolve370e,” which can neutralize the chemicals produced by 8,750 cars every day.
- Although the health benefits of biking are firmly established, there are risks: accidents and exposure to pollution. Bike trails may help you avoid both.
- In the largest study of early-life air pollution exposure and asthma risk in minority children, researchers found a striking link between the two.
- Rapidly growing East Asian megacities suffer from acid rain downpours that can only be stopped by effective environmental regulations, say researchers.
- Exposure to traffic pollution and poor air quality in the womb and in the first year of life may increase the risk for autism.
- Exposure to chemical compounds may be the reason that some couples aren't able to achieve pregnancy, says a new study from NIH.
- Smoking in cars, even with the windows rolled down or the air conditioning turned on, raises the pollution exceeding official "safe" limits recommended by WHO.
- That charbroiled burger may be delicious but it is polluting the air you breathe. If burger lovers did not have enough to worry about, new research has found that burgers are just as harmful to the ozone layer as a diesel truck.