Yes. People with chronic respiratory diseases should avoid heavily polluted air. Air quality alerts are issued for areas when there is a high concentration of pollution. These are usually reported on the local weather reports. In some instances, poor air quality can even cause chronic lung disease. For more information on this, go to the american lung association website.
Could dairy affect respiratory function in people with respiratory diseases like pulmonary fibrosis?
No. Unless dairy is aspirated there is no evidence dairy affects pulm fibrosis function. Read more...