ACOEM joins AHA.

ACOEM was among more than a dozen wellness organizations that signed on to a letter delivered to U.S. Senators urging a ‘no’ vote on Sen. Inhofe’s resolution, that your letter said ‘would leave millions of Americans completely at risk from toxic air pollution from power plants that straight threaten pulmonary, cardiovascular and neurological health insurance and development.’ Related StoriesParticulate matter, NO2 polluting of the environment associated with increased risk of heart attacksNitrogen oxides have an effect on pollen of common ragweed plantAir pollution linked to overall increase in threat of deathThe letter notes that Sen. Inhofe’s legislation would overturn vital regulations that are needed to reduce toxic pollutants from coal – and oil-fired power plants.The trial was carried out in accordance with the concepts of the Declaration of Helsinki, the standards of Great Clinical Practice , and Chinese regulatory requirements. The first three authors and last three authors vouch for the accuracy and completeness of the reported data and the fidelity of the analysis to the protocol. The decision was made by All authors to submit the manuscript for publication. The scholarly study sponsor had no role in data collection, evaluation, or interpretation or in manuscript planning.