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The CSE report, “Body Burden: Lifestyle Diseases”, estimated that India had 22.2 million chronic COPD patients and around 35 million chronic asthma patients in 2016.

With the air quality in Delhi remaining “very poor” on Monday, the Delhi Heath Department of issued a health advisory and appealed to citizens to join hand and work towards improving the air qualit

BENGALURU: Spiralling levels of pollution in the city have prompted lawmakers to contemplate setting up a separate pollution control board for the megacity.

Asserts that no single authority can be held responsible for rising air pollution

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority (EPCA) has asked the Union ministry of environment, forest and climate change as well as the Central

NEW DELHI: Highlighting major links between environment and health, a study released here on Monday held lifestyle diseases like obesity, mental health, cancer and heart diseases to count a few, as

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Nature’s Watch Reg. Society Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 27/11/2017 regarding air pollution in Muradabad City, Uttar Pradesh. Counsel appearing for the State of Uttar Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board submit that they will do every possible preventive and precautionary measures to ensure that the ambient air quality in Muradabad City meets the prescribed standards or atleast is not of seriously polluting or hazardous.

The report addresses DUST (environmental pollutant generated during handling of construction material and C&D wastes) abatement measures during handling of construction material and C&D wastes on-site and off-site.

Lifestyle diseases or non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are responsible for more than 61 per cent of all deaths in India.

Whether it is heart diseases, respiratory illnesses, cancer, obesity or food allergies, emerging research reveals that the rise in their incidences is due to environmental factors—rapid urbanisation, air pollution and changes in diet—rather than your genes.

The new report from Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) released yesterday held lifestyle diseases like obesity, mental health, cancer and heart diseases to count a few, as the major killers in India. Revealing the links of air pollution with mental diseases, it stated that air pollution is responsible for 30 per cent of premature deaths in India while every third child in Delhi has impaired lungs.

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