The Most Polluted America's Cities
The Annual Report state of the Air has released report on April 29, 2009, the 186.1 million American people lives in endanger air Polluted areas. Many types of pollution can be deadly and also create other health problem like, emphysema, asthma, bronchitis etc, there is evidence that particle pollution increases risk of heart attacks and strokes.
The American Health Association reports say, at least 4 million children and 10.9 million adults with asthma are exposed to unhealthy air, and 4.4. million people with chronic bronchitis, and 2.1 million people with emphysema from severe pollution problems.
Air Pollution is a major problem to human health. America's most ozone-polluted cities, to the top of the list including, Atlanta, San Diego, Los Angeles, Houston etc, since all ten in china are more polluted than Mexico's capital. The Pollutants produced by vehicles exhaust and smokestacks form the raw ingredients for the production of ozone. In 2010, the U.S. these vehicles must by Environmental Protection Agency standards produce 95% less pollution than they do today.
The American Lung Association National Board Chairman said, "The science is rock-solid. We now know that air pollution can impair the lung function of even the healthiest people," and American Madical officer said, "Air pollution worsens asthma and is a direct cause of heart attacks, which makes people living with lung and heart disease especially vulnerable."
Many American states are taking action to try to combat the pollution problem like, Charlotte, Washington and New York have succeeded in reducing pollution over the 10 years, but most people are not in those clean counties. The air quality in several US cities has improved, but in others, declines in pollution have stalled. Read more about America's Most Polluted Cities Click Here
Top 10 Cities With The Worst Air Pollution in US
1. Los Angeles, California
Top 10 most polluted US cities ( by Ozone)