Based on a report in Asian Age, top medical experts, with different specialties throughout the country, came together on Saturday, for an introductory meeting, to form a body known as Air Pollution Institute of Research (AIR) Council in Mumbai.
The platform is to start the urgency of the effect of air pollution in India. The council will update about the do’s and don’ts that can be adopted by people across the world. The board goals to educate and assist both doctors and the common man.
According to WHO, 1.2 million deaths take place every year due to air pollution. These alarming facts create an urgent requirement for an initiative like this to help people cope with the effects.
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