Health Tip: Feeling the Effects of Air
(HealthDay News) -- Pollutants in the air from vehicles,
factories and machines can harm your health, especially if you're
more sensitive to them.
The American Academy of Family Physicians says air pollution may
- Eye, throat and lung irritation.
- Tightness in the chest, coughing or wheezing.
- Bronchitis or earaches, especially among children.
- Worsening symptoms of existing heart disease or lung
- Worsening of breathing problems during exercise.
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