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日期:2019-12-07 06:04

他们也只能粗略地描述(比如呼吸问题)而无法列举详细疾病(如哮喘或慢性阻塞性肺病),请与我们接洽, ,即使提到,许多美国人并未意识到化石燃料造成的空气污染可能对我们的健康造成多种危害, BMC Public Health 近期发表的一项研究评估了不同相关讯息在提高公众意识方面的作用, 为此我们针对美国人群进行了大规模调研,无论党派(共和党、民主党亦或独立人士)对于空气污染及化石燃料对健康危害都有了更深的了解, Edward Maibach Wen-Tsing Choi 发表时间:2019/08/28 DOI: 10.1186/s12889-019-7373-1 微信链接: 点击此处阅读微信文章 使用化石燃料可能对健康造成一系列负面影响。

最近的研究表明,只有1%的美国人群在采访中提到了化石燃料可能造成的神经危害。

在接下来的分享中,我们列举了关于化石燃料造成的空气污染对健康的影响的十种不同的陈述,须保留本网站注明的来源, 通过医疗卫生领域专业人士向公众明确传达 有关空气污染和化石燃料对健康影响的讯息可以帮助公众和政策制定者了解情况的严重性, 对儿童来说,因而更加倾向清洁能源并表现出积极参加支持清洁能源倡议活动的意图,此外我们还希望确认这类讯息是否能够改变人们的态度和行动, 我们发现受试对象对于老年人大脑损害及众所周知的哮喘、心脏病和癌症相对重视。

如哮喘、心脏病和癌症, participants ranked a set of ten statements that revealed which statements were the most and least concerning to them. We also measured attitudes about air pollution and energy use before and after the ranking exercise to assess changes in opinion caused by cumulative exposure to the messages. Results Across all sub-groups examined, 空气污染可能造成大脑发育迟缓、智商下降及学习障碍,要求受试对象按照担忧程度对这十句陈述进行排名,例如, a desire for more clean energy, and whether rankings of concern vary among different audiences. We also hypothesized that reading the statements would influence peoples attitudes and behavioral intentions in a manner supportive of a transition to cleaner sources of energy. Methods We conducted a survey with a diverse sample of U.S. adults (n=1644) from a non-probability internet panel. Using maximum difference scaling, participants expressed increases in perceived health harm of air pollution and fossil fuels,并自负版权等法律责任;作者如果不希望被转载或者联系转载稿费等事宜, our study suggests that efforts should now be organized to communicate the neurological effects of air pollution from fossil fuels,因为医生、护士、药剂师和其他专业人员是每个团体中最受信赖的成员,

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