Watching a dust storm (or haboob) blow in, you can imagine it will leave a swath of nothingness in its wake. Fortunately, it's not like that at all.
Could smog and polluted air be one of the triggers for autism spectrum disorders?
Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) were more likely to have been exposed to higher levels of certain air toxics during their moms' pregnancy.
The aerosolized dust created by vacuum cleaners contains bacteria and mold that “could lead to adverse effects in allergic people, infants, and people with compromised immunity,” according to researchers at...