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Pollution from cities harming air quality across the United States

A recent report from the World Meteorological Association (WMA) has found that pollution from mega cities across the world is harming the air quality in the United States. The study confirmed that ground, water and air pollution are a local and regional problem that span both state and country borders.

Healthline reports that harmful fine particulate matter is drifting from China into areas in western North American and often will push air quality past safe federal standards. This situation has increased acid rain levels, decreased visibility and accelerated climate change.

Some scientists are calling for the creation of international regulations. Establishing standards could improve the health of people across the globe, slow down climate change and save the environment in various countries.

Until such changes are implemented, concerned homeowners can purchase home air purifiers to reduce the presence of fine particulate matter indoors. A unit like the IQAir HealthPro Plus Air Purifier can improve the air quality inside a house, which could positively impact the health of those living in the space.

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