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Most Dangerous Sources of Microplastics

The most dangerous sources of microplastics include city dust, textiles, and tires. The three are the most dangerous because they are responsible for almost 80 % of microplastic pollution.

Various Foods and Drinks that Inject Microplastics into Our system

  • Bottled water
  • Beer
  • Salt
  • Seafood
  • Teabags
  • Ready meals
  • Canned foods

Consequences of Ingesting Microplastics

In my medical experience, ingesting microplastics results in inflammation, oxidative stress, and DNA damage.

Crystal Kadir

MS, Durham University

The work of a family doctor includes a wide range of clinical diversity, which requires extensive knowledge and erudition from a specialist. However, I believe that the most important thing for a family doctor is to be human because the cooperation and understanding between the doctor and the patient are crucial in ensuring successful health care. On my days off, I love being in nature. Since childhood, I have been passionate about playing chess and tennis. Whenever I have time off, I enjoy traveling around the world.

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