Black Carbon Reduces the Beneficial Effect of Physical Activity on Lung Function

@article{Laeremans2018BlackCR,
  title={Black Carbon Reduces the Beneficial Effect of Physical Activity on Lung Function},
  author={M. Laeremans and E. Dons and I. Avila-Palencia and G. Carrasco-Turigas and Juan Pablo ORJUELA-MENDOZA and T. Cole-Hunter and M. Nieuwenhuijsen and A. Standaert and M. Van Poppel and P. De Boever and L. Int Panis},
  journal={Medicine \& Science in Sports \& Exercise},
  year={2018},
  volume={50},
  pages={1875–1881}
}
Introduction When physical activity is promoted in urban outdoor settings (e.g., walking and cycling), individuals are also exposed to air pollution. It has been reported that short-term lung function increases as a response to physical activity, but this beneficial effect is hampered when elevated air pollution concentrations are observed. Our study assessed the long-term impact of air pollution on the pulmonary health benefit of physical activity. Methods Wearable sensors were used to monitor… Expand
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