Life expectancy cuts by more than two years due to air pollution

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A new study showed air pollution cuts life expectancy by more than two years. It is equivalent to life expectancy damage done due to cigarettes, and much worst than terrorism or AIDS. More than 97% of all humans live in places that exceed the recommended air quality.

 

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