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Mar 6, 2003 ... Definition: Indoor air pollution refers to chemical, biological and physical contamination of indoor air. It may result in adverse health ...

www.momjunction.com/articles/facts-about-pollution-for-kids_00381605

Aug 26, 2021 ... Pollution is contamination of environment with waste, gases and harmful chemical substances. MomJunction tells more about types and facts ...

medlineplus.gov/indoorairpollution.html

Sep 15, 2021 ... Indoor air pollution has the same negative effects as environmental pollution. Sources include mold, pesticides and more.

www.behindenergy.com/air-pollution-for-kids/?lang=en

Air also gets polluted due to the smoke released by many factories and industries. Burning of wood and fossil fuels is another reason of air ...

www.toppr.com/guides/biology/natural-resources/air-and-air-pollution

Jan 19, 2018 ... You must have come across the problem of air pollution in Beijing, Delhi and Mumbai, and all the havoc it is causing. But how does the air ...

wiki.kidzsearch.com/wiki/Air_pollution

Air pollution is a type of environmental pollution that affects the air and is usually caused by smoke or other harmful gases, mainly oxides of carbon, ...

www.aplustopper.com/10-lines-on-pollution

Jul 20, 2020 ... The main type of pollution is air pollution, water pollution, and land pollution. ... The meaning of Pollution is Dirt, Impure, or Defect ...

cleanair.camfil.us/2018/02/09/diseases-caused-by-air-pollution-risk-factors-and-control-methods

Feb 9, 2018 ... Air pollution can cause respiratory diseases, due to the pollutants ... lung cancer and acute lower respiratory infections in children.

www.universetoday.com/81977/causes-of-air-pollution

Apr 13, 2016 ... By definition, pollution refers to any matter that is “out of place”. ... More and more, the effects of air pollution on our planet, ...

www.ucsusa.org/resources/cars-trucks-buses-and-air-pollution

Jul 23, 2008 ... Fetuses, newborn children, and people with chronic illnesses are especially susceptible to the effects of air pollutants.

www.weather.gov/wrn/summer-article-clearing-the-air

Sunshine, rain, higher temperatures, wind speed, air turbulence, and mixing depths all affect pollutant concentrations. Sunshine can cause some pollutants to ...