The study looked at the causes of the increase in pollution by both humans and nature, including sources of pollution that cannot be avoided, including dust from deserts and forest fires. According to research, two-thirds of premature deaths in the world are due to human activities. According to Thomas Monzel, that number rises to 80 percent in high-income countries.
He added that 5.5 million premature deaths worldwide could be avoided. According to researchers, air pollution can cause six diseases, including high blood pressure and lung cancer.Research has also shown that heart disease is the leading cause of age decline,followed by respiratory infections leading to a decrease in life expectancy.