1. Clean air campaign: Ozone pollution 'as bad for lungs as a packet of cigarettes a day'  The Times
  2. You can damage your lungs even if you don’t smoke  The Asian Age
  3. Air pollution can accelerate Emphysema onset as much as a pack a day of cigarettes: JAMA  Specialty Medical Dialogues
  4. Air pollution in cities ‘as bad for you as smoking 20 cigarettes a day’, says study  The Independent
  5. Air pollution 'as bad for lung disease as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day'  Mirror Online
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You can damage your lungs even if you don’t smoke

Long-term exposure to air pollution can exacerbate lung disease as much as a daily pack of cigarettes, a study has found. Researchers looked at how exposure to four main pollutants affected lung health in 7,071 adults aged 45 to 84 living in six US cities. They measured levels of fine particulate matter, nitrogen oxide, black carbon and ozone outside participants’ homes andLong-term exposure to air pollution can exacerbate lung disease as much as a daily pack of cigarettes, a study has found. Researchers looked at how exposure to four main pollutants affected lung

Air pollution in cities ‘as bad for you as smoking 20 cigarettes a day’, says study | The Independent

Ozone air pollution levels in Britain, which results from car and industrial emissions, could accelerate lung disease as much as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day, new research suggests.The largest study of its kind, which tracked more than 7,000 subjects for 18 years, drew a link between higher coOzone air pollution could accelerate lung disease as much as smoking a packet of cigarettes a day, research suggests. The largest study of its kind, which tracked more than 7,000 subjects for 18...

Clean air campaign: Ozone pollution ‘as bad for lungs as a packet of cigarettes a day’ | News | The Times

Chronic lower respiratory disease  - which includes bronchitis, emphysema and asthma - is the third leading cause of death globally Chronic lower respiratory disease - which includes bronchitis, emphysema and asthma - is the third leading cause of death globally

Air pollution 'as bad for lung disease as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day' - Mirror Online

Air pollution kills almost 9 million people every year - which is over 1.6 million more than smoking, research has revealed. A new study suggests that 8.8 million deaths globally...Almost 9,000,000 deaths globally per year can be attributed to dirty air, a new study suggests.

Air pollution kills more people every year than smoking | Metro News

Air pollution kills nearly as many people as smoking in Britain each year, new figures have shown.Air pollution kills nearly as many people as smoking in Britain each year, new figures have shown.

Air pollution killing nearly as many people as smoking in Britain

AIR pollution near a busy road is as bad for the lungs as smoking 20 cigarettes a day, says a new study. It fuels deadly emphysema — an obstructive disease that causes breathing difficulties. Livin…

Air pollution near busy roads is as bad as smoking 20 cigarettes a day, study finds – The Sun

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The findings out Tuesday show that air pollution can accelerate lung disease as much as a pack of cigarettes a day.

EPA-funded research finds pollution made worse by climate change can accelerate lung disease – ThinkProgress

Air pollution—especially ozone air pollution which is increasing with climate change—accelerates the progression of emphysema of the lung, according to a new study led by the University of...

Air pollution can accelerate lung disease as much as a pack a day of cigarettes | UW News

Researchers found a particular association between ground level ozone and emphysema.Researchers found a particular association between ground level ozone and emphysema.

City air pollution as deadly as a packet of cigarettes a day for 29 years | Science & Tech News | Sky News

Smog can spike during hot days. A new study finds that the effects of breathing air pollution may be cumulative. Long-term exposure may lead to lung disease, even among people who've never smoked. Smog can spike during hot days. A new study finds that the effects of breathing air pollution may be cumulative. Long-term exposure may lead to lung disease, even among people who've never smoked.

Smog And Other Air Pollution Is Linked To Lung Damage, COPD : Shots - Health News : NPR