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Deadly air pollution can get into the bloodstream, 'smoking gun' study suggests

An article on air pollution titled "Deadly air pollution can get into the bloodstream, 'smoking gun' study suggests" includes comment from Professor Frank Kelly.

Pollution nanoparticles may enter your blood and cause disease

An article on air pollution and health titled "Pollution nanoparticles may enter your blood and cause disease" in New Scientist includes comment for Professor Frank Kelly.

Diesel particles, air quality and public health

Professor Frank Kelly wrote a lette to the Times titled "Diesel particles, air quality and public health" on the UK government's plans to publish data on air pollution.

 

Gasping in the French Alps for the wrong reason

Professor Frank Kelly contributed to a BBC News item about air pollution in the French Alps.

BBC Inside Out South East

Professor Frank Kelly contributed to a BBC Inside Out South East programme looking at the impact of air pollution at the Dartford Crossing on the health of people living nearby.

 

Early warning signs might have been missed in one in six heart attack deaths in England

Research has been published today in The Lancet Public Health in an article titled "Early warning signs might have been missed in one in six heart attack deaths in England" from Unit researchers Pofessor Paul Elliott and Margaret Douglass.

The Impact of Air Pollution on our health

On the Today programme on BBC radio 4 Professor Frank Kelly provides comments (at 1hr 40min) in the first of a series of reports in which Camilla Cavendish looks at the impact of air pollution on our health.

 

 

Air Quality - Public Health Emergency?

19.01.2016 - In response to an air quality alert issued by London's Mayor Sadiq Khan warning of a "public health emergency", Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed by Vanessa Feltz on BBC Radio London.

Healthcare clean up of urban enviornment means tackling pollution at source

“Provision of accurate, personal air quality information to the individual is within our grasp in some major cities such as London, where there is knowledge of air pollution at a relatively fine scale,” says Professor Frank Kelly of King’s College London in a recent article in the Financial Times.