Could omega-3 foods help cut damage caused by pollution? Oily fish, soy beans and spinach may reduce disease risk by up to a half, experts say
Eating foods rich in omega-3 can reduce harm caused by air pollution by up to half, a study has found.
Researchers at Harvard Medical School discovered that toxic particles can penetrate through the lungs into other organs, including the brain and testicles.
Poor air quality is a major cause of disease and death – increasing the risk of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, and chronic and acute respiratory diseases, including asthma.
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