CRIENGLISH / Xinhua: Air Pollution in Ulan Bator Severely Threatens Health – WHO

The World Health Organization on Tuesday said that air pollution in Ulan Bator annually kills some 1,600 people, local media reported Wednesday. A WHO research report released Tuesday said the dust particles concentration in the air is 35 times the standard recommended by the health organization, and that lung and heart disease caused by air pollution affects 8,500 people every year. To read the full article, click hereAir Pollution in Ulan Bator Severely Threatens Health – WHO

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