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Even ‘good’ levels of air pollution are bad for smokers (HealthDay)—Even low levels of air pollution can pose a threat to the lungs of cigarette smokers, researchers say. They tested 29. Even ‘Good’ Levels of Air Pollution Are Bad for Smokers TUESDAY, Sept.

5, 2018 Even low levels of air pollution can pose a threat to the lungs of cigarette smokers, researchers say. They tested 29 nonsmokers, 71 smokers without lung disease, and 58 smokers with the lung condition chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The study found that the lungs of both groups of smokers could be harmed by levels of air pollution considered good by the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency. Cells lining the small airways of smokers’ lungs respond abnormally to pollution, causing diseas. Even ‘good’ levels of air pollution are bad for smokers Cells lining the small airways of smokers’ lungs respond abnormally to pollution, causing disease, something which doesn’t occur. The study found that the lungs of both groups of smokers could be harmed by levels of air pollution considered good by the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency. Cells lining the small airways of smokers’ lungs respond abnormally to pollution, causing diseas. The study found that the lungs of both groups of smokers could be harmed by levels of air pollution considered good by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Cells lining the small airways of smokers’ lungs respond abnormally to pollution, causing diseas.

Levels of air pollution defined as “good” by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may still harm the lungs of cigarette smokers, according to a new study conducted by Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian investigators. ‘Don’t smoke’ The study found that the lungs of both groups of smokers could be harmed by levels of air pollution considered good by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Cells lining the small. Smoking is bad for your health, no matter how you look at it. A recent study, published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, suggests that air pollution levels.

Levels of air pollution defined as “good” by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may still harm the lungs of cigarette smokers, according to a new study conducted by Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian investigators.

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Some medical writers have tried to compare the level of air pollution in a given city with smoking a certain number of cigarettes per day, but this is an inaccurate analogy; the pollutants and carcinogens are different.

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from The Travel and Tropical Medicine Manual E-Book
by Christopher A. Sanford, Elaine C. Jong
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008

The combined evidence suggests that urban air pollution may confer a small excess risk of lung cancer on the order of 50%, but residual confounding cannot be excluded.

“IASLC Thoracic Oncology E-Book” by Harvey Pass, David Ball, Giorgio Scagliotti
from IASLC Thoracic Oncology E-Book
by Harvey Pass, David Ball, Giorgio Scagliotti
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

Any such study needs to take account of the fact that people resident in such cities are not only exposed to more pollution but, in general, may also be poorer, may be exposed to more toxic fumes at work, may eat a less healthy diet and may smoke more cigarettes than residents of less-polluted cities.

“Crofton and Douglas's Respiratory Diseases” by Anthony Seaton, A. Gordon Leitch, Douglas Seaton
from Crofton and Douglas’s Respiratory Diseases
by Anthony Seaton, A. Gordon Leitch, Douglas Seaton
Wiley, 2008

After allowing for differences in smoking habits it is found that the risk of lung cancer is higher in urban areas than in rural areas, suggesting a role for general atmospheric pollution.35,36 Major atmospheric pollutants include polycyclic hydrocarbons from the combustion of fossil fuels.

“Pathology of the Lungs E-Book: Expert Consult: Online and Print” by Bryan Corrin, Andrew G. Nicholson
from Pathology of the Lungs E-Book: Expert Consult: Online and Print
by Bryan Corrin, Andrew G. Nicholson
Elsevier Health Sciences UK, 2011

Moreover, there had been significantly elevated levels of air pollution when smoking was present, and these levels were reduced by ending smoking.

“The Cigarette Papers” by Stanton A. Glantz, Lisa A. Bero, John Slade, Deborah E. Barnes, Peter Hanauer
from The Cigarette Papers
by Stanton A. Glantz, Lisa A. Bero, et. al.
University of California Press, 1998

Nevertheless, after adjustment for smoking and other health risk factors, the city-specific all-cause mortality rates were positively associated with the average levels of air pollutants (hazard ratio = 1.26).

“Epidemiology of Chronic Disease: Global Perspectives” by Randall E. Harris
from Epidemiology of Chronic Disease: Global Perspectives
by Randall E. Harris
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2013

While not citing specific studies or hypothesizing routes of exposure, the article also listed other hazardous possibilities of cigarette smoke pollution, rattling off “toxic agents in cigarette smoke [that] do not have counterparts in ordinary air pollution.”

“The Cigarette: A Political History” by Sarah Milov
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by Sarah Milov
Harvard University Press, 2019

Fine particulate air pollution and hospital admission for cardiovascular and respiratory diseases.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Transportation­related air toxics and diesel particulates appear to contribute to the development of lung cancer among people who live near roadways, increasing their risk up to 40 percent (Nyberg and others, 2000; Vineis and others, 2006).

“Environmental Health: From Global to Local” by Howard Frumkin
from Environmental Health: From Global to Local
by Howard Frumkin
Wiley, 2010

Worse is the fact that about half of the investigated urban population is exposed to pollution levels of less than 2.5-fold higher than the recommended levels [11].

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Springer International Publishing, 2018

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  • Denver learned this 5 years ago when there were fires above the city on the foothills. This is a bigger issue than people want to admit, it’s like smoking multiple packs of cigarettes a day…

  • I have asthma. I have a difficult time in the hayfever season. This year so so different yes, I suffer from the pollen in terms of a ruby nose and scratchy eyes. However, my breathing is perfect. I feel like I’m breathing pure oxygen. It’s great.

  • People will not tell you it is b. Spraying it from air plains us air force is in on it to their is over 70 d t of toxic chemicals t are spraying from the air plains all day long all over the world look it up

  • amazing video sir.
    continue this science related explanation in your channel.
    along with phones and gadgets stuffs, it’s amazing to see these science related videos. ☺��

  • Unless it’s a fake green contract that govt of CA burned landfill garbage over us in Loyalton that now burns 60,000 plus acres? No water to put it out? I don’t think it can be stopped, I think it’s a contract of karma and justice. AQMD did fine them, they just didn’t take responsibility in protecting human life so part of a crimes against humanity contract. Profits must be in the pockets, what do you think KCRA? Do you do unsolved crimes?

  • one more thing, led or incandescent bulb the power company generator will burn the same amount of coal which has no effect on pollution.

  • @geekyranjit since you have all the details and good knowledge on technologies, currently happening in the world. why can’t you think of manufacturing devices with your idea to our india.

  • 235,come to delhi ranjit, 235 is like pure air from hills for us. I agree situation is very bad and we need to seriously do something about it… Great video!

  • Smoking helps though. Smokers dont get Covid 19 as often. Nicotine prevents it entering the lungs. There are several researches already but WTO blocking them.

  • finally someone make a video on this. plz ranjit try to convince them. becz i’ m live in Delhi and these morons don’t understand at all. I’m tired by all this.

  • Well we must consider wildfires(Australia Siberia Brasil and North America),many volcanoes erupting ashes and of course human activity.
    Normal flu Kills 300000/700000 Every year and the virus usually dies when it’s spring time, but since we are in a solar minimum the reduced amount of UV rays let the virus last longer.now i’m not a doctor and i don’t know of this virus Is normal or a strong one, but i guess in these condition even a normal virus could have caused millions deaths.
    My bet? the lockdown was to prevent a worst scenario.

  • Hey #Ranjit..Liked your video. I just wanted to know if Ipods have better audio output VIA HEADPHONE than this phone since I my main purpose is to get awesome level of audio..also pls suggest me headphone in 2-3k for the same as i have to buy soon

  • This is what pope francis created he is evil the false prophet because he wants to control the world i will never go to on sunday i rather die yep he is gonna hunt people down im not afraid of him either my Sabbath is Saturday not sunday if anyone comments on this ill block you i dont neec nasty comments. Cheryl cacchione

  • sir can you make an video for Samsung galaxy s7 edge that when we will be getting an software update of Android N Nougat because some other countries they got an official update from Samsung when Indian users will be getting an update??? contact me on instagram: mkmm_101 or mesg me on whatsapp +917799087865

  • Excellent! I asked this question 3 weeks ago and now, bring out your dead. How is it that in this “capitalist” society, the price of oil and coal doesn’t include the cost of these pollution-induced infections and death?

  • No science to this as all. More air polution = more people. Whereas smoking is showing to have a protective effect which kind of blows the air pollution theory out the water.