For a safer future: Schoolchildren take out a silent protest to raise awareness of the alarming rise in air pollution. Exposure to pollutants makes people vulnerable to diseases.
The importance of having clean air, the impact of air pollution on women’s health and how it is leaving them more vulnerable to diseases was discussed by a panel of experts in the city.
“People have to start demanding clean air. There has to be a uproar about it,” said Dr. Jeanine D’Armiento, a professor of anesthesiology and director of the Center for Molecular Pulmonary Disease in Anesthesiology and Physiology ...
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