Report says outdoor air pollution emerged as a major health risk in developing countries
New Delhi: Outdoor air pollution claimed 627,000 lives in India in 2010, according to India-specific findings of the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study that placed pollution among the top 10 global health risks, ranking it alongside high blood pressure, tobacco consumption and alcoholism.
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