petrushkagoogol Posted January 3, 2018 Report Share Posted January 3, 2018 Hypertension has long been depicted in Medical Journalism as the "Silent Killer". However, this dubious distinction is now being hotly contested by atmospheric pollution in today's mega-cities. Pollution dumps more carcinogens in your system than there is soot in a chimney. It can precipitate emphysema, lung cancer and even hypertension itself. However, most nations don't even think that a problem exists, and prefer to sideline this critical issue. Is it time to enforce strict emission standards across the world to control this horrible problem ? :vava: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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