Air pollution tied to 2.1 million deaths a year worldwide

07/14/2013 | HealthDay News

Approximately 2.1 million individuals die worldwide every year because of an increase in fine particulate matter that float in the air, according to a report in the journal Environmental Research Letters. "Our estimates make outdoor air pollution among the most important environmental risk factors for health," study co-author Jason West said.

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