Air pollution is triggering diabetes in 3.2 million people each year

New study quantifies the link between smoggy air and diabetes

pollution in Lahore, Pakistan

HAZY DAYS  Long-term exposure to air pollution, seen here blanketing the Pakistani city of Lahore in June 2018, contributes to chronic health problems. New research suggests it triggers millions of new diabetes cases each year.


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