The Impact of Air Pollution on Coronary Artery Disease: Insights from Global Epidemiological Studies


Lemma Morgan*

Air pollution is a pervasive environmental issue that poses significant health risks to human populations worldwide. Over the past few decades, extensive research has highlighted the association between exposure to air pollutants and various adverse health outcomes, including cardiovascular diseases. Among these, coronary artery disease stands out as a major global health concern. This research article aims to comprehensively review and analyze the existing body of knowledge from global epidemiological studies on the impact of air pollution on CAD. By synthesizing findings from diverse studies, we aim to shed light on the mechanisms linking air pollution to CAD, the contributing pollutants, and the populations most susceptible to this detrimental association. Furthermore, the article discusses potential mitigation strategies and policy implications to address this critical public health issue.

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