Air pollution causes serious health impacts because one-third of deaths occur due to exposure to air pollutants. The pollutant has both acute and chronic effects which go deep into the organ systems and deposit into tissues and causes long-term and short-term effects on the human body. The present review will develop an understanding of the current state of knowledge for potential health effects concerning the dose-response relationship between exposure to criteria air pollutants and health risk assessment. High-quality scientific research papers were drawn with consideration of experimental design, conduct, and reported for analyzing the exposures to criteria air pollutants via inhalation which imitates the expected route of exposure to humans. The majority of evidence refers to effects on the respiratory system, cardiovascular, inflammatory, and blood-affecting diseases. The critical assessment investigated the effects on vulnerable subjects and stimulated diseases which are classified as physiological and psychological diseases and their effects.
Chaitanya P, Upadhyay E, Singh DD and Singh V