Air Pollution and the Inland Port

Written by Dr. Brian Moench

Thousands of studies have established that air pollution is a broad-based health hazard, provoking a long list of diseases very similar in type and scope to those related to smoking cigarettes, including shortened life expectancy, and premature death. Furthermore, there is no safe level of pollution. The more pollution, the greater the adverse health outcomes. The relationship between air pollution and poor health is hyperbolic. There is no safe level of pollution, and that per unit of exposure, and the relationship between poor health and air pollution is even stronger at low doses. [Read More]