2011 Oct. 4: TX Houston & U.K., Britain, London: Cyclists inhale more pollution

2011 Oct. 4: TX Houston & U.K., Britain, London: Cyclists inhale more pollution
South London Press Today
Cyclists have 2.3 times more black carbon soot particles in their lungs than pedestrians, the study by Queen Mary, University of London, has found. There is increasing evidence that the soot, which is emitted from vehicle exhausts,
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Dirty air or not, urban biking in Houston not an exercise in futility
Your Houston News
A new study of no less a traffic-and smog-challenged city than London suggests those cycling to and from work inhale considerable more black carbon, primarily from motor vehicles, than do pedestrians – certainly more than those seated in
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