A new study by scientists shows that polluted air outside the home shortens our life expectancy by an average of about three years, more than any previous study and more than the amount of life that smoking reduces.
According to a study published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Research, air pollution reduces life expectancy by almost ten times more than the average life expectancy in the world each year due to all types of conflict, including war.
Scientists say that the death rate due to air pollution will exceed the number of deaths due to smoking every year.
That's why they calculated the average life expectancy and death rate in 2015, and they found that air pollution killed 6 million people worldwide.
According to the World Health Organization, smoking kills more than 6.2 million people worldwide each year. Of these, more than 6 million die directly from the use of cigarettes and tobacco products
Right. Now a days, almost everywhere,our environment is seriously polluted.