Air pollution is one of the biggest threats to human health triggering a host of ailments including breathing disorders.
More than 5.5 million people worldwide die prematurely every year due to household and outdoor air pollution, and India and China together account for 55 percent of these deaths, new research has found.
With the rising pollution levels, it is important to fortify yourself from within. Here's what you should be eating to combat the ill-effects of pollution.
Air pollution, which is one of the top ten killers in the world and fifth leading cause of death in India, is responsible for about 10,000 to 30,000 deaths annually in Delhi.
A new study which is a part of the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis in the Unites States indicates a strong connection between air pollution and increased heart disease risk.
British experts revealed how tiny particles of pollution can enter the bloodstream while passing through the lungs.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court expressed concern over the increasing air pollution saying it was a "very serious problem" and solutions need to be found urgently.
A new study, published in theJournal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, warns that exposure to high levels of traffic-related air pollution may lead to a certain type of DNA damage called telomere shortening in children ...
China and India account for 55 percent of yearly global deaths from air pollution. Some 1.6 million people died of air pollution in China in 2013, while India saw 1.4 million deaths.
Air pollution, including environmental and household air pollution, has emerged as the leading risk factor for stroke globally, finds a new study at Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand.