Right now, it’s the science and data that is grounding all communications and recommendations for people’s health and wellbeing around the world. For those in healthcare communications, this is the root of our approach, and medical journals are the backbone of credible science. A study recently published in The Lancet points to air pollution as a link to sudden heart conditions, especially among the older population, while a different study published in The BMJ found a link between exposure to particle pollution and hospitalizations due to respiratory and cardiovascular problems.  Researchers point to worsening air pollution — from increasing numbers of cars as well as disasters such as bush fires – as having a major impact on cardiovascular events, in addition to respiratory diseases and lung cancer. Read more here.

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