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Air Pollution and You. 

Take this quiz to find out how much you know about the effects of air pollution on human health. 

Record your answers on a separate sheet of paper and then follow the link at bottom to find out the answers, as well as other facts about air pollution

1. How many people in the United States currently live in an area where the air fails to meet the federal clean air standards act?

A.    50,000

B.     50,000,000

C.     117,000,000

D.    250,000,000

2. Which one category of those listed below contribute the largest amount of air pollution?

A.    Nuclear power plants

B.    Automobiles (transportation)

C.    Industrial factories (other than power plants)

D.    Mining operations

3. There are several different types of air pollution, which one is the most prevalent?

A.    Ozone (O3)

B.    Respirable Particulate Matter (PM10)

C.    Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)

D.    Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)

4. Which type of pollution is most closely associated with adverse health effects in humans?

A.    Ozone (O3)

B.    Respirable Particulate Matter (PM10)

C.    Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)

D.    Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)

5. What does the term CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISORDER (COPD) mean?

A.    Refers to a heart condition brought about by exposure to air pollution.

B.    Refers to any of a group of disorders or symptoms which relates to decreased lung function and the inability of the lungs to supply the body with adequate amounts of oxygen.

C.    Refers to a loss of bone material and cartilage brought about by aging.

D.    A neurological learning disorder.

6. How many deaths per year in the United States are attributed to lung disease? (This does not include other types of COPD's.)

A. 5,000

B. 80,000

C. 335,000

D. 700,000

7. The number of hospitalizations, and the number of deaths related to air pollution has:

A. Remained about the same throughout the last 20 years.

B. Been reduced significantly over the last 20 years.

C. Been reduced slightly over the last 20 years.

D. Has risen significantly over the last 20 years.

8. Approximately how many people in the United States suffer from asthma?

A. 17,000,000

B. 10,000,000

C. 50 Percent of the population

D. 15,000

9. Aside from outdoor air pollution, what other factors can trigger an asthma attack, or worsen other symptoms of COPD?

A. Cigarette smoking

B. Cockroach droppings

C. Mold and mildew

D. Second-hand smoke

E. All of the above

10. If a child develops a chronic lung condition while young, what are the chances they will overcome the disease and become symptom-free as an adult.

A. 100 %

B. 10 %

C. More than 50 %

D. Less than 25 %

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