Air Pollution: A Case Study of Asthma Children and Adults in the Urban Zones
The traffic pollution causes the risk of inhaling fresh air to be increased when the homes are exposed to the roadways or industries. The transportation vehicles emit CO, NO2, SO2 and PM2.5 which are closely related for the key cause of asthma or other chronic respiratory diseases in children and adults. The ultimate rise of nitrogen dioxide above 35 µg/m3 in the areas of Tarnaka, Abids, Nacharam and Zoo Park in Andhra Pradesh and peak rise of above 80 µg/m3 in nitrogen dioxide in the areas such as Pritampura, Townhall and Mayapuri industrial areas in the Delhi in the year 2012 showed more children and adults suffer from asthma, chronic illness. The Karnataka state showed the results of NO2 with 31µg/m3 in four places whereas in Uttar Pradesh, the highest reading of NO2 is found to be 34µg/m3 in Renusagar colony and DIC Nunhai in the year 2012.
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