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More than 24,000 new case of kidney diseases and 2,400 kidney failing in U.S. could be attributed to the level of pollution that exceeds the EPA threshold!

Outdoor air pollution is definitely linked to main health conditions such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. A new study now provides kidney disease to the list, according to experts at Washington University School of Medication in St. Louis and the Veterans Affairs (VA) St. Louis HEALTHCARE System.

Pollution may increase the threat of chronic kidney disease and, ultimately, contribute to kidney failure, according to the researchers.

Fine particles may damage the kidneys in the same way they damage other organs like the heart and lungs. Airborne and invisible, microscopic pieces of dust, dirt, smoke, soot and liquid droplets frequently become destructive when they invade the bloodstream. The kidneys filter the blood, and these harmful particles can disrupt normal kidney function.

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