How to Breathe Easy in Delhi’s Toxic Air?
Delhi has been in an 'emergency-like situation' for several months now due to severe levels of air pollution and there seems to be no respite in store. The sharp dip in the levels of air quality index has exposed the population to a lot of medical uncertainties. According to a report, the toxic air has already started to reduce the size of lungs of children in the national capital. Also, while awareness about outdoor pollution is rising, indoor pollution remains a silent killer. Environmental experts, doctors and scientists tell us what to expect in the future and how we can mitigate the damage.