All eyes are on the current coronavirus pandemic, but scientists are ringing the alarm on another ongoing pandemic that already exists: air pollution.
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- Almost 8.8 million people die a year due to diminished air quality, which can cause heart disease, lung cancer, and lower respiratory infections.
Tobacco smoking kills some 7.2 million people a year, per the World Health Organization (WHO).
In 2018, HIV killed 770,000 people.
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Read more at https://earther.gizmodo.com/air-pollution-kills-more-people-a-year-than-cigarettes-1842035586
Source: WHO, Cardiovascular Research
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