Respiratory conditions can be greatly exacerbated by air pollutants, including CO2 emissions, industrial smog/smoke, and industrial dust/ash pollution.
Cancers are caused by cell mutations that cause cells in your body to reproduce uncontrollably. Certain pollutants and chemicals may have an effect on cell chemistry, and many of them can be found in common consumer goods and products as well as waste material from factories and manufacturing plants. Of course, the most well-known environmental carginogen is UV radiation, which is becoming an increasingly dangerous problem due to holes in the protective ozone layer.
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