Zeenews BureauNew Delhi: Fumes emanating from traditional cooking fuel are posing a major health risk for Indians with nearly 70% of them living in rural areas, researchers claimed.Indoor air pollution (IAP) has been found to be the biggest health hazard for Indians as most of them still use the traditional cooking stove, chulha, which is fired up with solid fuels like burning wood, coal and animal dung.
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