Last Wednesday, May 30th, several European scientist spread the last research paths that link contact with nature and health.
A year after its edition, the Guide is still in effect, everything that is explained there is based on 150 relevant scientific studies.
Allergic diseases have almost quadrupled in the last 30 years. The INMA Project looks for the causes of such a sudden change.
Dr. Ana Esplugues summarizes the conclusions of her thesis which connects atmospheric pollution and respiratory children’s health.
It’s the first study in Europe that analyzes mortality impact of 26 chemical substances of pollution.
The levels of air pollution coming from cars and trucks in urban areas become very high. This can have serious consequences on children’s health.
Dr Jordi Sunyer, CREAL’s co-director and Inma Project’s coordinator, writes in Inspira about the way one scientist feels in our society nowadays, what he/she thinks, the role he or she is playing.
One study shows that bike sharing systems in Barcelona saves 12 lives and over 9,000 tons per year of CO2.
We interviewed Dr Philippe Grandjean, one of the most renamed scientist who research chemical pollutants effect on health