New Delhi, November 30 (IANS) Outdoor air pollution from all sources claims 2.18 million lives per year in India, which could potentially be avoided by replacing fossil fuels with clean, renewable energy source
New Delhi, November 16 (IANS) Even as air quality remains in 'severe' category in Delhi, experts said that breathing polluted air can significantly hurt reproductive health.On Thursday morning, air quality acro
Kolkata, November 14 (IANS) On the occasion of World Diabetes Day on Tuesday, a leading environmental activist and green technologist from Kolkata has emphasised the need for diabetic patients to remain immune
Longleng, November 13 (MExN): The District Health Society Longleng marked World Pneumonia Day under the theme ‘Every Breath Counts: Stop Pneumonia in its Tracks’ on November 13. The district launch of SAANs
New Delhi, November 13 (IANS) The prevalence of diabetes is rapidly increasing in India. According to the ICMR-INDIAB national study, there are currently 101 million people with diabetes and 136 million people
New Delhi, November 11 (IANSlife) Diwali, the festival of lights, is celebrated with great enthusiasm and joy across India. However, along with the festivities, this vibrant festival also brings a spike in air
New Delhi, November 5 (IANS) Dr Deepak Krishnamurthy, a senior interventional cardiologist at Sakra World Hospital in Bengaluru, on Sunday warned that exposure to highly polluted air increases the risk of death
New Delhi, November 4 (IANS) Delhi has been grappling with a sudden and alarming spike in air pollution levels, shortening the lives of its residents by 11.9 years.According to this year's air quality life inde
London, November 3 (IANS) Air pollution reached the near-maximum level possible in Delhi on Friday as the national capital was blanketed by a thick layer of toxic haze, marking the start of the annual smog seas
New Delhi, November 2 (IANS) Amid increasing levels of air pollution and cases of diabetes in India, a large study has established poor air quality as a risk factor for the development of the blood sugar condit
New Delhi, October 16 (IANSlife) Have you ever thought that air pollution is something that's not affecting you directly? Then you need to take a look at what the WHO report says. It says that nearly 99 per cen
New Delhi, October 9 (IANS) As the air around Delhi-NCR begins to deteriorate ahead of Diwali, health experts on Monday warned that the pollutants in the air may cause inflammation in the brain that can lead to
New York, October 7 (IANS): On an already warming planet, plants like oaks and poplars will emit more of a compound that exacerbates poor air quality, contributing to problematic particulate matter and low-atmo
New Delhi, September 14 (IANSlife) Air pollution continues to be a growing concern, impacting us in various ways. Recent findings from the 2023 Air Quality Life Index (AQLI) report by the University of Chicago'
New York, August 12 (IANS) Chronic exposure to fine particulate air pollutants (PM2.5) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) may increase non-lung cancer risk in older adults, a new research has warned.
Geneva, September 22 (AP): The harmful health effects of air pollution kick in at lower levels than previously thought, the World Health Organization said Wednesday as it set a new standard for policymakers and
London, January 26 (IANS): Air pollution is linked to a heightened risk of progressive and irreversible sight loss, known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a new study suggests.
The findings, publis
New Delhi, January 19 (IANS): Delhi-based Karuna Chauhan tracked the air pollution exposure throughout the daily routine in phases and found that the pollution level increased with time, a global technology com
NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 29 (IANS): The Centre has issued an ordinance, making pollution an offence with a jail term, which can go up to 5 years and a penalty up to Rs 1 crore. The ordinance, was issued on Wednesday
NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 27 (IANS): With Delhi facing another tryst with the air pollution, several environmental experts believe that the problem goes beyond the national capital and that the country needs to ramp u