Dymla® ONE comes from years of research and development,
and we never stop being curious about our children’s
health and the world around us.

On this page, we have gathered some of the most
fascinating research articles and news in our field
and made it accessible. If you would like to share more
interesting facts, have questions or would like to discuss
these studies, feel free to contact us or comment on
our Facebook page or Twitter.

Dymla® ONE comes from years of research and development, and we never stop being curious about our children’s health and the world around us.

On this page, we have gathered some of the most fascinating research articles and news in our field and made it accessible. If you would like to share more interesting facts, have questions or would like to discuss these studies, feel free to contact us or comment on our Facebook page or Twitter.

Research articles and News
  • Air pollution and newborns. According to State of Global Air 2020 nearly half a million newborns died due to air pollution in 2019. Read more here
  • An association between early life air pollution exposure and Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) was found in an American Multisite Case-Control study. Read more here
  • Prenatal exposure to air pollution was found to be a potential risk factor for autism spectrum disorders (ASD) according to a recent Swedish study. Read more here
  • Babies living in areas with high levels of air pollution have a greater risk of death. Read more here
  • A Swedish study with 4000 children indicates that exposure to traffic related air pollution during infancy affects lung function in children up to eight years of age. Read more here
  • An Meta-analysis from 10 different birth cohorts supports that air pollution elevate the risk of catching respiratory infections and mainly pneumonia. Read more here
  • Exposure to PM10 from traffic during pregnancy and early childhood was linked to reduced lung function of the children at eight years old. Read more here
  • The result of a study with children living in Los Angeles indicate that the children which was living in more polluted areas had adverse effects on lung development compared to the children living in ess polluted areas. Read more here
  • There is strong evidence that the impact of maternal exposure to air pollution during pregnancy could cause low birth weight and preterm birth. Read more here
  • Measles is a highly contagious viral disease and it is an import cause of death among young children globally. Read more here
  • WHO warns of Dramatic Rise of Measles in Europe. Read more here
  • Progressive cognitive decline, behavior changes and death after measles infection is called subacute sclerosing panencephalitis and can occur 7-10 years after measles infection. The risk is increased in children younger than 5 years and adults older than 20 years. Read more here
Research articles and News
  • Prenatal exposure to air pollution was found to be a potential risk factor for autism spectrum disorders (ASD) according to a recent Swedish study. Read more here
  • Babies living in areas with high levels of air pollution have a greater risk of death. Read more here
  • Exposure to PM10 from traffic during pregnancy and early childhood was linked to reduced lung function of the children at eight years old. Read more here
  • Measles is a highly contagious viral disease and it is an import cause of death among young children globally. Read more here
  • WHO warns of Dramatic Rise of Measles in Europe. Read more here
  • Progressive cognitive decline, behavior changes and death after measles infection is called subacute sclerosing panencephalitis and can occur 7-10 years after measles infection. The risk is increased in children younger than 5 years and adults older than 20 years. Read more here