Air pollution is the most prominent environmental threat to human health today. The recurrent problem of smog in our country could prove fatal to the health of adults and children.
Iconoclastic environmentalists believe that lack of proper management of solid waste is the primary trigger of environmental pollution and degradation in many urban areas, especially in developing countries.
Air pollution comes from multiple sources such as wildfire (natural causes) and majorly through industrial wastes, ships and power plants. The pollutants released into the air can take a toll on your health. Pollution reaches its peak in summers when heat waves hit the streets.
Prolonged exposure to environmental pollution has led to some serious health problems, one of those being chronic lung diseases. Being exposed to dirty air can up the risk of a lung disease and if a person is suffering from a problem, it can make the condition worse.
Today on this world environment day, we bring to you some ways in which you can cope with environmental pollution and lung diseases:
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