Pollution: effects on children

Deepak, Desh (2005) Pollution: effects on children. Unpublished.

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Air Pollution is defined as any atmospheric condition in which certain substances are present in such concentrations that they produce undesirable effects on humans and environment. Sources of air pollution may be natural or man-made. Its effects are specially deleterious in children.Control of air pollution needs proactive role by society and individuals. we as individuals can do a lot to protect our children.

EPrint Type:Other
Additional Information:Pollution, children, industries, asthma
Uncontrolled Keywords:Pollution, air, children, lead, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, ozone, diesel, industries, legislation, society, smoke, asthmatic
Subjects:Environment and Public Health > Environment
Respiratory Tract Diseases > Bronchial Diseases > Asthma
Human Activities > Automobile Driving
Environment and Public Health > Public Health
ID Code:1235
Deposited By:DR. Desh Deepak
Deposited On:03 January 2006

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