The Clear and Persistent Impact of Air Pollution on Chronic Respiratory Diseases: A Call for Interventions

Posted on by Stephen Gee

Air pollution is ubiquitous and is responsible for noticeable acute and chronic adverse health effects [1]. Heart diseases and stroke are the most common reasons for morbidity and mortality attributable to air pollution, followed by respiratory diseases, but recently other pathologies have been added to the list. Additionally, air pollution contributes to climate change, another threat to public health.

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