Type 2 diabetes is a major public health concern rising rapidly, with the number of people diagnosed with the disease worldwide more than doubling in the past 20 years. Researchers from the Mount Sinai Institute for Exposomic Research found that exposure to air pollution was associated with higher risks for developing diabetes.
Smoke from wildfires in Canada is affecting air quality in parts of the U.S. Northeast. Understand the risks to children and how to protect them.
Mount Sinai scientists are reconstructing air pollution exposure at a 50-meter by 50-meter spot at more than 200 million locations in urban U.S. areas, going back 20 years
Air pollution is a major public health concern that has been linked to a number of health problems, including heart disease. In this webinar, Dr. Hadley will discuss the latest scientific research on the connection between air pollution and heart health and what individuals can do to reduce their risk.
Researchers from the Mount Sinai Institute for Exposomic Research have published a comprehensive review of the known impacts of wildfire smoke exposure on cardiovascular health
New study suggests persistent exposure to air pollutants in residential communities can impact health outcomes for COVID-19 patients
Researchers from the Mount Sinai Institute for Exposomic Research found that exposure to heat and air pollution was associated with lower birth weight, an indicator for lifetime development.
Researchers from the Mount Sinai Institute for Exposomic Research are first to find ultrafine particles from traffic pollution influences asthma risk in U.S. children
Drs. Just and Sheffield discuss how air pollution and climate change are both the metaphoric storm clouds on the horizon and how the COVID-19 pandemic may have brought some unexpected silver linings to the public health efforts in this topic.