Air Pollution Linked to Multiple Deadly Diseases
Elevated air pollution levels are linked to higher occurrences of multiple deadly diseases. Cancer, disease, and stroke rates rise when air quality is poor. Additionally, conditions with potentially deadly side effects,like asthma, can also be more prevalent.
There are also higher rates of short-term health problems.Sneezing, coughing, headaches, dizziness, and eye irritation happen more often when air pollution is an issue.