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Is greenery the secret to slowing the biological ageing process?

Monash Lens, 16 September 2021

Global study: Wildfire smoke kills people in cities far from fires

Environmental Health News, 9 September 2021

Wildfire pollution kills thousands of Americans each year, study finds

Forbes, 8 September 2021

Wildfire pollution linked to at least 33,000 deaths worldwide

New Scientist, 8 September 2021

Bushfire smoke linked to increased mortality rate

The Australian, 8 September 2021

The hidden deathtrap in Aussie bushfires

Herald Sun, 8 September 2021

Extreme temperatures kill 5 million people a year with heat-related deaths rising, study finds

The Guardian, 8 July 2021

Five million people die every year now due to abnormal temperatures, study reports

Vice, 8 July 2021

Excessive temperatures trigger tens of millions of extra deaths every year: research

The New York Tuesday, 8 July 2021

Yuming Guo honoured with Victorian Tall Poppy Award and ISEE Tony McMichael Award

Monash University News, 14 August 2020

Summer bushfires may have raised risk of COVID-19, research suggests

The Age, 15 April 2020

Australia's smoke-filled air is quietly killing people

Vice, 9 January 2020

Rising Stars – Early Achievers Leaderboard

The Australian, 25 September 2019

Even small amounts of air pollution linked to risk of early death, study finds

USA Today, 22 August 2019

Yuming Guo honoured with NHMRC Research Excellence Award

Monash University News, 14 March 2019

Study links autism to toxic air pollutants

SBS News Australia, 6 November 2018

Young children exposed to toxic air pollutants are more likely to develop autism, new research finds

News.com.au, 7 November 2018

Australia faces surge in heatwave deaths, major study warns

SBS News Australia (video), 1 August 2018

Hazelwood mine fire linked to spike in doctor visits and prescription medication use

ABC News, 10 April 2018

Pollution linked to premature births

ABC Radio News, The World Today (audio), 3 January 2018

World-first study finds link between pollution and premature births

SBS News Australia (video), 3 January 2018