Yes. Chronic exposure to smog can have long term damaging effects on the lungs leading to respiratory diseases including cancer. Even short term exposure can leave healthy people with an irritated throat and horse voice. The effects of smog on children, the elderly, and people with existing lung problems have an even harder time with air pollution. See the article below for more details.
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