India's doctors blame air pollution for sharp rise in respiratory diseases

The problem of air pollution in India has caused a sharp rise in respiratory diseases.

A sharp rise in cases of chest and throat disease in India is being blamed by doctors on worsening air pollution in the country.

Cases are up 30% since 2010 in a country where decline in air quality is shifting from acute to chronic. A warning sign for other parts in the world. Read the full article here:

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