We have reached the 21st century and talk about being technologically, economically, scientifically and materialistically advanced, yet there are so many factors on which we have just no control. We may control pollution, but we cannot control the aftermath arising out of pollution. Scientists working at the University of Pune’s department of health sciences have already sounded alarm bells on the hazardous effects of vehicular pollution on human body and mind. Children are worst affected and that too at thrice the rate of adults. And it is going to take a heavy toll in the near future. And the irony is that it kills us slowly. It will not be very long when we will see hospitals full of patients suffering from asthma, cardio–vascular diseases, cancer, all sorts of infections, respiratory problems, digestive disorders (also due to pollution), running nose, common cold & cough, allergies, septic pharyngitis (throat infection), migraine, mental tensions and stress, loss of memory and concentration, headaches, sinus, problems of the eyes, epilepsy, psychosomatic disorders, depression, stress related disorders, and the list being never ending.
Do our modern medicines and medical men have any control over this? And do we have permanent solution for pollution? Is a theme of writing this particular article.
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