Waiting in the living room of a house in the New Delhi neighborhood are lots of people of all ages. These people include maids, security guards and construction workers, all that earn just a few dollars in a day. In the room, the coughing was the only thing that can only be heard.

In the next room, observers see Dr. Gita Prakash at her dining table holding up a stethoscope on a pregnant woman's chest, as reported by NPR. Prakash has been treating patients ever since 30 years ago, six nights per week. As observed by Prakash, the third generation of the family seek are usually the ones who seek help from medical specialists, as reported in the same publication, as well.

According to Prakash, she sees these types of problems change as time passes by. She narrates that many of her patients spend time outdoors. As she observed restaurant delivery staff Dilip Kumar Chaudhary revealed that he has brought his son for a treatment in the health center.

When asked how it was like to breathe in fumes from the heavy traffic every day, Chaudhary said:

"I feel very strange. I feel very stressed. My whole body sweats a lot. I feel very tired."

Meanwhile, India is not the only country experiencing the pollution, day in and day out. The World Health Organization reported that air pollution is currently the most probable risk to public health, as reported in The Guardian. Air pollution is the cause for 3 million premature deaths each year all over the world.

6 Indian cities, Gwalior, Allahabad, Patna, Raipur, Ludhiana and Delhi are the top polluted cities in the globe. This data just suggests that India is at high risk for cardiac and respiratory infections due to great levels of pollution. Pollution, thus, kills the healthy disposition of the body through time.