The level of atmospheric pollution in Italy remains dangerously high. This was revealed by the first report on quality of the air presented by the National System for the Protection of the Environment.
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NewsCategory: Activity: Etiological epidemiology
The recent report of the International Agency for Research on Cancer evaluated the carcinogenicity of red meat and processed meat, leading to stress, once again, the recommendation to reduce the consumption (...)
The V annual edition of the report "The numbers of cancer in Italy", published by the Italian Association of Medical Oncology and the Italian Association of Cancer Registries, provides epidemiological measures and clinical interpretations of interest both for operators and for users of the National Health System (…)
WHO figures speak for themselves: worldwide premature deaths caused by air pollution amounted to 7,000,000. A new study appearing in Nature assesses the health effects of particulate matter, diversifying globally the sources of PM2.5 (...)
Updated data of the "Integrated Evaluation of the Impact on Environment Atmospheric Pollution and Health", a project funded by the Center for Disease Control of the Ministry of Health and coordinated by the Department of Epidemiology of the Health Region of Lazio, were presented in Rome (...)