People always associate lung cancer with smoking but, do you know that lung cancer can also occur to non-smokers as well? According to a recent study of Lung Care Foundation, both smokers and non-smokers represent an equal number of lung cancer patients. So, the question is who is to blame for this serious disease? It is air pollution, which is
The dust storm is currently the talk of the town and for the last three days, people of the Capital city Delhi-NCR are facing the deteriorated air quality. The dust storm has severely affected the city and as a result, the city’s air quality index has measured significantly higher than the safe level. The concentration of PM 10 and PM
Air pollution means the presence of toxic chemicals in the air, which is probably the most serious environmental problem that is challenging the civilization today. It is mainly caused by human activities that include construction, transportation, mining, industrial work and many others. However, there are many other causes of air pollution too and that includes volcanic eruptions, wildfires and etc.