LTE

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AcronymDefinition
LTELong Term Evolution (3GPP 4G technology)
LTELess Than or Equal (mathematics)
LTELetter to the Editor
LTELong-Term Exposure (various applications)
LTELong-Term Extension
LTELimited Time Event
LTELong-Term Effect
LTELiquid Tension Experiment (band)
LTELong Term Evaluation (wireless communications)
LTELocal Thermodynamic Equilibrium
LTELink to E-Mail
LTELoad Time Expression Error
LTELong Term Evolution
LTELondon Tests of English (language examinations)
LTELifetime Earnings
LTELine Terminating Equipment
LTELimited Term Employee
LTELine Terminal Equipment
LTELoss of Tail Rotor Effectiveness (rotary wing aircraft)
LTELocal Tax Effort (Missouri)
LTELow Temperature Electronics
LTELung Thromboembolism
LTELink Terminating Equipment (SONET)
LTELaunch To Eject
LTELine Terminating Entity
LTELibrary Technology Educator
LTELow Thrust Engine
LTELocal Transport and Erection (contracts)
LTELine Trunk Equipment (Nortel)
LTELocal Thermodynamic Emissions
LTELightpath-Transponder Edge
LTELast Test Event
LTELimited Technical Experiment
LTELimited Technical Evaluation
LTELow-Tide Elevation
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AIR POLLUTION DANGER LONG-TERM exposure to air pollution can cause the same levels of lung impairment as a daily pack of cigarettes.
LONG-TERM exposure to air pollution can exacerbate lung disease as much as a daily pack of cigarettes, a study has found.
The study, published in the journal JAMA, demonstrates an association between long-term exposure to major air pollutants especially ozone with an increase in emphysema seen on lung scans.
The study, published in the journal JAMA, demonstrates an association between long-term exposure to major air pollutants - especially ozone - with an increase in emphysema seen on lung scans.
"To our knowledge, this is the first longitudinal study to assess the association between long-term exposure to air pollutants and progression of per cent emphysema in a large, community-based, multi-ethnic cohort," said Meng Wang, study's first author.
LONG-TERM exposure to air pollution is as bad as a daily pack of cigarettes for exacerbating lung disease.
Following up on the participants for an average of 10 years, they found that long-term exposure to all of the pollutants was linked to an increased percentage of emphysema seen on a CT scan.
THURSDAY, June 27, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- In yet another finding that shows air pollution is bad for more than just your lungs, a new study suggests long-term exposure could raise your risk of high blood pressure and metabolic syndrome.
Regulatory guidelines recommend that drugs intended for long-term use be tested for their safety in rodent and non-rodent species for six and nine months, respectively, in order to identify toxicities that may not have been seen in shorter-term studies but may arise after long-term exposure. Oral ibrexafungerp, administered chronically in these long-term toxicology studies, was not associated with any new safety findings.
Long-term exposure to particulate air pollution increases the risk of death, particularly from cardiovascular causes, while short-term exposure to high concentrations can exacerbate lung and heart conditions.
Nearly 9,500 London residents die prematurely every year as a result of long-term exposure to air pollution, a 2015 study by researchers at King's College London showed.
Blame long-term exposure to blaring horns and other noise from road traffic said researchers.
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