Traffic Cops Falling Prey to Lung Disease: The Times of India

Screen shot 2015-04-11 at 2.59.28 PM“Health experts are worried about professionals like traffic police who are exposed to outdoor air pollution all through the day, making them vulnerable to several respiratory diseases. …One of the first studies concerning traffic police in India was conducted by Pune-based Chest Research Foundation. “We compared the lung function of traffic police and other police officers in Pune. We found that the oxidative stress among traffic police was much higher. It also showed us that they were exposed to smoke level which was equivalent to that caused by smoking 20 cigarettes a day, he informed.”  The Times of India. Read it on Delhiair.org
Traffic Cops Falling Prey to Lung Disease

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