In India, airborne pollutant is serious, and a growing illness cause of concern, adding considerably to the country's disease burden. Atmospheric effects are generally known to have several harmful health implications. India's air pollution has risen significantly because of population expansion, rising vehicle numbers, fuel usage, inefficient transit networks, poor land use patterns, industrialisation, and most importantly, insufficient environmental legislation. Because air pollution is a major factor, this has an impact on human health. People gradually understood that contaminated outdoor air had detrimental consequences on human health. Hypercholesterolemia, breathing problems, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and asthma are all connected to ambient air pollution on a global scale. The purpose of this research is to review the literature on air quality and how it impacts population livelihoods.
Varghese, Christeena; H G, Lingaraju; and Kalikeri, Shankramma
"Understanding the Status of Important Criteria Air Pollutants and Its Health Effects – A Review,"
International Journal of Health and Allied Sciences: Vol. 11:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://rescon.jssuni.edu.in/ijhas/vol11/iss1/5