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Long Jumper And A Jetliner
856 words"Jetliner " Now he takes his mark At the farthest end of the runway Looking straight ahead, eager, intense With his sharp eyes shining He takes a deep, deep breath With his powerful lungs Expanding his massive chest His burning heart beating like thunders Then... after a few... tense moments... of pondering He roars at his utmost And slowly beings to job Kicking the dark earth hard And now he begins to run Kicking the dark earth harder Then he dashes, dashes like mad, like mad Howling, shouting,...
Health Effects Of Exposure To Air Pollution
2,473 wordsSmog has been around for a pretty long time, people just knew it as something else. Smog comes from the word smoke and fog, and that's practically what it is. It was a serious problem before, before nature and humans went unharmed in the presence of smog but now it's serious. What does all of this polluted air do to the body The answer depends on the situation. How long a person is exposed to pollution, the type and concentration, the place, time and day, temperature, weather and more. But one t...
Sensitive To The Affects Of Air Pollution
1,995 wordsPoor air quality is the culprit for the consequences that are being suffered by many human and plant communities. Air pollution, smog, or acid rain; it may be called whatever you like, it is the effects that it is causing that are important. Although many people associate smog with Los Angeles, it is not the only area that has been effected by poor air quality. Many national parks, aquatic systems, and other populated areas are showing major signs of air pollution. 'A large pollution study revea...
Damage From Polluted Air
837 wordsIndustrial Pollution: How it Contributes to Disease Air pollution occurs when toxic gases and particles are discharged into the air. In the 20th century air pollution has become a serious problem in most of the world's countries. This is mostly due to the rapid growth of industry throughout the world. This has done extensive damage to the environment, the atmosphere and the health of people throughout the world. The heavy use of industry has also contributed largely to air pollution. Industrial ...
Body Of Excess Carbon Dioxide
733 wordsThe Respiratory System The Respiratory System is made up of the nose, pharynx, larynx, bronchi, and lungs. The respiratory system is the system of the body that deals with breathing. When we breathe, the body takes in the oxygen that it needs and removes the carbon dioxide that it doesn't need. Throughout the Respiratory System, enjoy beautiful forests, plains, and wonderful weather. Function: Provides gas exchange, intake of O 2 for delivery to body cells and elimination of CO 2 produced by bod...
Cause Air Pollution
496 wordsAir Pollution "Air pollution is a serious problem in many of the worlds large cities. Heavy concentrations of air pollutants, which are often in the form of smog, settle over a city, creating a health hazard for its people. Air pollution occurs when wastes dirty the air. People produce most of the wastes that cause air pollution. Such wastes are usually in the form of gases. These substances result chiefly from burning fuel to power motor vehicles and to heat buildings. Industrial processes and ...
Black Lung Disease Every Year
493 wordsBlack Lung Disease Every year, almost 1,500 people who have worked in the nation's coalmines die from black lung disease. That's equivalent to the Titanic sinking every year, with no ships coming to the rescue. While that disaster which took place so long ago continues to fascinate the nation, black lung victims die an agonizing death in isolated rural communities, away from the spotlight of publicity. Black lung is the legal term for a man-made, occupational lung disease that is contracted by p...
Lungs Of People With Emphysema
570 wordsEmphysema There is a disease in the world today which is responsible for 2.0 million American deaths. This disease ranks 9th among chronic conditions that contribute to activity limitations. This is Emphysema. Emphysema is a condition where there is an over-inflation of alveoli or air sacs. Over the years it the numbers of deaths have been raising. This is due to the increase number of smokers today. This paper will give an analysis about Emphysema, the causes, symptoms, and treatment. Emphysema...
Emphysema And Chronic Bronchitis
944 wordsEmphysema is a condition in which there is over-inflation of structures in the lungs known as alveoli or air sacs. This over-inflation results from a breakdown of the walls of the alveoli, which causes a decrease in respiratory function (the way the lungs work) and often, breathlessness. Early symptoms of emphysema include shortness of breath and cough. Emphysema and chronic bronchitis together comprise chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Emphysema is a widespread disease of the lungs....
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