The World Health Organization released a report that estimated the annual premature deaths caused by air pollution as three million, many of which are children under five years old. Air pollution is associated with a higher incidence of heart disease, stroke, asthma, emphysema, and various types of diseases and cancers. Air pollution has harmful impacts on human lives directly or indirectly as it affects the food chain and disturbs the whole ecosystem. And air pollution formed over the years now has become a global issue. Air pollution is differentiated into outdoor air pollution and indoor air pollution. Outdoor... Read More | Share it now!