Inhaled Microplastics Found in Lung Tissue — Are Face Masks Contributing to the Problem? — The Most Revolutionary Act

By  Colleen Huber, NMD Researchers in the U.K. who sampled human lung tissue identified 39 kinds of microplastics in 11 of 13 tissue samples. The most commonly found was polypropylene, which also is the most common material used to make face masks.  A new U.K. study from Hull York Medical School sampled human lung tissue […]

Inhaled Microplastics Found in Lung Tissue — Are Face Masks Contributing to the Problem? — The Most Revolutionary Act

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