September 2022: The Guardian

August 2022: The Guardian

Air pollution increases hospital admission risk for autistic children

Even low levels of air pollution can damage health, study finds

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August 2020: Daily Mail

July 2020: The Independent

The Airborne Dangers from Coughing and Breathing Coronavirus

More than 1,300 English sites exceed annual pollution limits, analysis suggests

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July 2020: The BBC

July 2020: The Guardian

Poor air quality and climate change a bigger threat than coronavirus

Compelling evidence that air pollution worsens coronavirus

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July 2020: Reuters

July 2020: British Medical Journal

WHO acknowledges evidence of airborne spread of COVID-19

Risk of airborne coronavirus spread being underplayed

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April 2020: The Conversation

April 2020: The Guardian

Coronavirus drifts through the air in microscopic droplets

Air pollution may be ‘key contributor’ to Covid-19 deaths

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March 2020: The Independent

January 2020: Air Quality News

Even low level air pollution raises the risk of Dementia…

For many, the biggest exposure to daily air pollution comes when driving their car

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Jul 2019: The Guardian

March 2019: The Guardian

Billions of air pollution particles found in hearts of city dwellers

Air pollution deaths are double previous estimates

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Nov 2018: BBC News

Aug 2018: Financial Times

UK’s most polluted places revealed

The UK capital was a pioneer in limiting cars, but it is now almost as dirty as New Delhi or Beijing, more can be found here

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Aug 2018: The Guardian

Aug 2018: Queen Mary University

Air pollution worse inside London classrooms than outside

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have found that people exposed to air pollution levels well within UK guidelines have changes in the structure of the heart, similar to…

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Aug 2018: World Health Organisation

Outdoor air pollution caused approx.. 4.2 million premature deaths worldwide in 2016

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