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Cancer is a fetal disease and lung cancer too. At night car emissions also contribute to lung cancer risk. A study by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimated that up 20,000 people die every year from heart attacks in this country due at least partially or completely caused because of airborne particles emitted as they walk down the road. The health effects include asthma, bronchitis, dyspnea-hypersensitivity syndrome/type II Diabetes mellitus etc. Consequence may be decreased protection against all diseases related either directly through chronic inhalation exposure or indirectly with our blood supply systems.

More than half a million people die every year from air pollution worldwide, up 25 percent in recent years alone. For instance: European regulators warned last month that diesel vehicles are contributing more than 30 percent per year for global carbon dioxide (CO2) emission rate and this figure includes cars fueled by fossil fuels like gasoline as well! up 20,000 people die every year from heart attacks in this country due at least partially or completely caused because of airborne particles. That’s twice as many as died from lung cancer during the same time period – and almost ten times more than those who were born without a mother until age one. The CDC says there are currently no effective treatments available to prevent some forms – but Dr Martin Cavanagh is optimistic their work could turn around deaths: “For us it feels like we’ve reached an era where if something can be done then hopefully someone will take care,” he said.”It has helped transform our understanding of what causes cardiovascular disease so far. The average American man breathes 300 times a day—that’s an air pollution problem larger than cancer and malaria combined. “If we don’t get it right today”

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