Asthama Rates Higher Near Busy Highways

A Recent Research conducted by SUNY downstate Medical Centre and Lutheran Medical Centre New York said that residents living near Express Highways which are usually busy all day long have higher Asthama rate as compared to the residents living far from the Highways.


The Survey Include 62 Residents near Brooklyn living close to the Highway and includes those who lives far from that highway and reveals that people living near Highway have higher rate of asthama reported in this survey.


Research says that emissions from cars could increase inflammatory lung  disease,Report Reveals.


 “Same like this Study/Research By USA Scientists Reveals the hazardeous impacts of highway pollution can save many residents so in order to keep our citizens free from Highway pollution these highways should be build in such a maner that the residents wont be exposed to its polution and my personal suggestion is that other countries should also research and study the rate of asthama in the residents near Highways”


The study was to be presented at the ‘American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology meeting in Orlando.’ The research was also published in the Journal of “Allergy and Clinical Immunology.”

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