As part of its series on air pollution and “Death by Breath” campaign, the Indian Express reports on the effects of air pollution levels on respiratory ailments. “Jamil, Juhi Garg and Meera Prasad don’t know that the killer dust in Delhi’s air, RSPM (respirable suspended partculate matter), began falling after CNG was introduced and then, seven years ago, took a treacherous U-turn for the worse. What they know is that their children cough and wheeze into each night — Jamil lost his firs t child to pneumonia — and after several trips to the hospital, there’s only one advice doctors have for them: Leave Delhi.” The Indian Express. Read it and watch the video on delhiair.org.
Leave Delhi: That’s what doctors are prescribing to patients with serious respiratory ailments