Yourwellness Magazine Responds to New Air-Quality Forecast in Shanghai

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In response to the public release of Shanghai’s new air-quality forecast, Yourwellness Magazine outlined ways to prevent air pollution.

The first air-quality forecast in Shanghai was released to the public on Sunday 1st of September, China Daily reported. As part of the new 24-hour forecast, information on the Air Quality Index, the pollution level and the primary pollutants are available for three time periods during the day: 8pm to 6am; 6am to 12am; and 12am to 8pm. A spokesperson from Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Centre commented that the air-quality forecast is still being tested, and – during heavy pollution in particular – it cannot be completely accurate. The expert added that local environmental protection departments will try to launch more detailed forecasts in different districts after more monitoring sites have been set up. (

With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazine felt compelled to detail ways to prevent pollution. According to Yourwellness Magazine, “There are many diseases provoked by the pollution and some of the most common ones are asthma, cancer, bronchitis, lung problems, pneumonia and many more. Air pollution is a big problem for many organizations. Air pollution is affecting our environment and many disasters have taken place because of it. This is why most non-governmental organizations try to fight it and try to find the best solutions for protecting the planet.” (

Yourwellness Magazine explained that pollution has a major impact on human health, and medical experts have tried to find solutions for decades. Yourwellness Magazine noted that nutritional cleansing can help to eliminate the toxins of air pollution from the body, but really reducing and preventing air pollution is the best solution for lowering its health impact. Yourwellness Magazine outlined five air pollution-reducing methods:

1. Avoid using the car too often
2. Plant trees and as many plants as possible
3. Quit smoking
4. Save energy where possible
5. Recycle more often

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