Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Air pollution linked to higher rates of kidney disease

New research indicates that people may face a higher risk of developing kidney disease if they live in areas with elevated air pollution. The findings appear in an upcoming issue of JASN.

Health

Look beyond fossil fuels to curb air pollution

(HealthDay)—Burning fossil fuels account for about 100,000 air pollution-related deaths in the United States each year—but there are other less obvious sources of deadly air pollution, a new study warns.

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