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Over 40 percent breathing polluted air in the U.S.
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If You’re American, You’re Probably Breathing Unsafe Air
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Shocking Number of Americans Breathing Dirty Air More than two of every five Americans reside in counties with unhealthy levels of smog and air pollution. HealthyWomen Editors. Air quality in the US has been improving since the 1970s, but that progress may be backsliding and 43% of Americans are now living in places where they are breathing unsafe air, according to.
The new report says that 141.1 million Americans 4 in 10 live in counties that have air with unhealthy levels of particle pollution or ozone. That’s an increase of 7.2 million people from. Saudi Arabia: 37 put to death in shocking execution spree + After years of progress, the number of Americans breathing polluted air is rising, report says — (CNN)More Americans are breathing air that will make them sick, according to the American Lung Association’s annual State of the Air report. — The country had been making progress. A recent study found that contaminated air, water and land led to 6 million premature deaths worldwide in 2015, while a separate report found that many Americans are breathing contaminated air. The health risks of breathing dirty air include respiratory infections and cardiovascular diseases, stroke, chronic lung disease and lung cancer.
6.5 million There were an estimated 6.5 million deaths worldwide from air pollution-related diseases in 2012, WHO data shows. Pollution reductions achieved under the Clean Air Act helped prevent more than 160,000 early deaths, 130,000 non-fatal heart attacks, and 41,000 hospital admissions in 2010 alone. Maintaining the gains already achieved under the Clean Air Act and seeking greater emission reductions are crucial for ensuring that Americans can breathe cleaner air. Over 133.9 million Americans now live in counties with unhealthy levels of air pollution, the organization says more than two of every five people.
That’s up from 125 million people in the 2017. But more than half of people in the U.S. still breathe air dirty enough to cause health problems, according to an American Lung Association (ALA) report. “There is always going to be a dirtiest. Breathing is a multi-step process, but you don’t have to do all the steps to feel like you are getting enough air.
Most of us breathe using only the top third of our lungs, which is a sort of stress-triggered way to breathe. If you are not filling your lungs enough so that your belly expands with each breath, then you are breathing the wrong way.
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