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The article explains that the author, Daniel Krewski, says that "The short-term health effects of particulate and gaseous air pollutants have been well documented, largely through time-series studies relating short-term elevations in ambient levels of such pollutants to increases in morbidity and mortality from cardio-respiratory conditions". This comment shows that air pollution can effect the population. Air pollution can cause trouble with the respiratory system leading to serious health conditions.
*** “Evaluating the Effects of Ambient Air Pollution on Life Expectancy | NEJM.” New England Journal of Medicine
This article explains how breathing-in pollution is very bad for the population's health. Air pollution doesn't only effect adults, it effects everyone that is in the population (Minnesota Department of Health). Pollution can damage the air quality. Air pollution can also cause a population many health conditions.
*** Minnesota Department of Health. “Programs & Initiatives in Schools – Sports-Related Concussions in Minnesota High School Athletes.” Projects – Air and Health
The article explains that "Pollutants can affect cardiovascular health by hardening the arteries and increase the risk of heart attack and strokes, and there is even emerging evidence that air pollution may be linked to mental health conditions and degenerative brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and schizophrenia" (Almendrala). This comment explains what air pollution will do to the human body. Breathing-in air pollution can cause health conditions, as well as diseases.
*** Almendrala, Anna. “What Air Pollution Does To Your Body.” The Huffington Post, TheHuffingtonPost.com, 23 Jan. 2018
This article explains that when air pollution gets released into the air, there are many pollutants that aren't safe to breath-in. Air pollution can spread across the world, which is bad for our population (Nathanson). Air pollution can lead to people having trouble with their respiratory system. It can also lead to many other health conditions.
*** “Log In.” Britannica School, school.eb.com/levels/high/article/air-pollution/471713.
This article explains the pollutants like the "Greenhouse gas emissions, including ozone (O3), carbon dioxide (CO2) and particulate matter from fossil fuels, not only cause climate change but also pollute the breathable air, causing many public health problems" (Climate Nexus Team). These pollutants hurt the population. It effects the respiratory system. Also it can effect people's breathing and health conditions. *** “How Air Quality & Pollution Impact Public Health.” Climate Nexus, 19 July 2017, climatenexus.org/climate-issues/air-quality/.
This article explains that the impact of air pollution to the population is very dangerous. The pollutants in the air can cause diseases and can effect the respiratory system (World Health Organization). The pollutants in the air can cause the population to have severe health conditions. Air pollution will also effect breathing.
*** “Ambient Air Pollution: Health Impacts.” World Health Organization, World Health Organization, 2 May 2018