A neurobiological mechanism linking transportation noise to cardiovascular disease in humans

Michael T Osborne, Azar Radfar, Malek Z O Hassan, Shady Abohashem, Blake Oberfeld, Tomas Patrich, Brian Tung, Ying Wang, Amorina Ishai, James A Scott … Show more European Heart Journal, Volume 41, Issue 6, 7 February 2020, Pages 772–782, https://doi.org/10.1093/eurheartj/ehz820 Published: 26 November 2019 Article history Views Cite Permissions Icon Permissions Share Abstract Aims Chronic

Novel cardiovascular risk factors: air pollution, air temperature, pain, and sleep duration

For the podcast associated with this article, please visit https://academic.oup.com/eurheartj/pages/Podcasts. Traditionally, we have used age, gender, body mass index, blood pressure, lipids, smoking, and diabetes to assess cardiovascular (CV) risk. However, up until recently, the CV risk provided by environemental hazards such as pollution,1–3 noise,4–6 temperature,7 sleep duration8, and air quality,9,10 among others, have been

Future Perfect: Pig Poop Lagoon

https://seatacnoise.info/wp-content/uploads/Pig%20poop%20lagoon.mp3 The “Pig poop lagoon” episode from Future Perfect Podcast. There are huge similarities between the FAA and the Department of Agriculture. Both are tasked with the conflicting mandates of supporting a very large industry while (supposedly) protecting the rights of surrounding communities. This podcast documents the struggles of a North Carolina community that is