Exercising is a necessity to stay healthy in today’s world. Moderate physical activity is the first step to staying fit. But the question is, is it safe to exercise outdoors rather than inside? We know there has been a massive fire recently in the forest of California, and at the beginning of 2020, an Australian bushfire occurred. Such fires and other air pollutants make the air we breathe hazardous for our lungs. Research has been going on, on whether an individual should exercise outdoors or indoors, especially in places with bad air quality. To read the full story.
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