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One Effect Of Dust Pneumonia In The 1930s

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A Dust Storm is storm where Dust, soil, and/or sand are carried over a large area. Dust storms can also carry crops that farmers planted if the soil is weak. One effect of a dust storm of dust storms is Dust Pneumonia. Dust Pneumonia is mainly caused by someone being exposed to dust storms. When you have it, your lungs are filled with dust, which irritates the alveolus, which is a crucial part of your lungs function properly. Dust Pneumonia was common during the Dust Bowl in the 1930s. People could also die from dust pneumonia. No exact number is known about how many people died from dust pneumonia in the 1930s, but evidence suggests that thousands of people could of had died due to dust pneumonia during the Dust Bowl. Some effects of dust
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