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India tops global pollution deaths of 9 million a year: study
Pollution caused nine million deaths in 2015 - three times more than AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined.
      Researchers tracked nearly 96,000 adults without heart disease for an average of eight years. Even when people consumed more than double the recommended limit of two grams of sodium per day, they didn’t have a higher risk of serious cardiovascular events like heart attack, stroke or death.
     India fared worst, with 2.5 million people dying early because of pollution, followed by China with 1.8 million deaths, according to The Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health, a two-year initiative seeking to highlight the issue.

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