Long-term exposure to air and noise pollution may increase risk of heart failure |
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Long-term exposure to air and noise pollution may increase risk of heart failure
Dr Veena Aggarwal, Consultant Womens’ Health, CMD and Editor-in-Chief, IJCP Group & Medtalks Trustee, Dr KK’s Heart Care Foundation of India,  09 October 2021
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Air pollution has emerged as a major environmental risk factor for health. About 4.2 million deaths that occur every year have been attributed to ambient (outdoor) air pollution due to stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, acute and chronic respiratory diseases. Household pollution due to exposure to smoke from fuel also causes 3.8 million premature deaths annually. In 2016, ischemic heart disease and stroke caused around 58% of premature deaths due to outdoor pollution, while COPD and a...
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