Poor air quality now the second-most leading public health risk factor


Posted on: 29/01/2018

The Global Burden of Disease Study is a thorough and comprehensive set of global research programs that intend to investigate the incidence, disability, and mortality caused by various environmental phenomenon, including diseases and human activities. A 2015 report revealed by this study in India announced that poor air quality was alone responsible for over

 

 

 

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