Air Pollution Rises in Poorest Cities as Health Risks ClimbBy and
Pollution increased 8%, according to World Health Organization
Youngest, oldest and poorest are most affected populations
Increasing air pollution in many of the world’s poorest cities is driving up the risk of stroke, heart disease and lung cancer in some of the most-vulnerable populations, according to a report Thursday from the World Health Organization.
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