Air pollution causes lung diseases and affects pregnancies. It also takes a deadly toll on infants and children. To tackle it, we must understand what it is
Even as the baby coughed in her crib, her parents refused to acknowledge what the doctor said. While there can be various causes for coughs and stuffy noses, the doctor had said the air pollution in Delhi was the likely trigger. He had added that such cases had risen sharply over the years, especially around winter. He had advised them to keep the child at home in an air-purified room.