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The Health Risks of PM 2.5

PM 2.5 are pollutants small enough to enter the bloodstream through the lungs. They pose significant health risks, including aggravated respiratory diseases, cardiovascular problems, and increased cancer risk. It is crucial to monitor air quality and consult a healthcare provider if respiratory or cardiovascular symptoms occur.

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Air Pollution: Health Effects and Tips During Haze

Seasonal dry conditions without much rain in Bangkok have resulted in higher accumulations of particulate matter over the last month, with high pollution levels expected to continue in the near term.

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PM Air Pollution: 6 Things You Should Know about Bangkok’s Particle Pollution Threat

Eleven months after Bangkok’s last major air pollution episode, the city is under threat again. The culprit is particulate matter (PM) pollution, an especially hazardous type of air pollution that is small enough to enter the lungs and inflict significant health damage. Discover the 6 things you should know about the dangers of PM pollution and how to protect your health.

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