These findings provide evidence in support of the hypothesis that air pollution increases systemic inflammation.

These findings provide evidence in support of the hypothesis that air pollution increases systemic inflammation.

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Environ Int. 2018 10 ;119:264-273. Epub 2018 Jul 5. PMID: 29982129

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Short- and long-term exposure to ambient air pollution and circulating biomarkers of inflammation in non-smokers: A hospital-based cohort study in South Korea.

Abstract: 

Despite increasing epidemiological evidence of an association between air pollution and adverse health outcomes, the detailed mechanisms underlying the adverse effects of air pollution on medical conditions remain unclear. We evaluated the effects of short- and long-term exposure to ambient air pollution on key inflammatory markers in non-smoking subjects. Serum fibrinogen, C-reactive protein, ferritin, and white blood cell counts were repeatedly measured 3 times in 6589 subjects at the Samsung Medical Center (Seoul, South Korea) between 2010 and 2016. Both short- (≤8-day averages) and long-term (annual averages) exposure measures of 6 air pollutants (particles 

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