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It noted that the chemicals in cigarettes can cause cells in the macula - the most sensitive part of the retina - to die or the blood vessels in it to burst, leading to irreversible damage, and possible loss of sight eventually, Medical Daily reported.
It noted that the chemicals in cigarettes can cause cells in the macula the most sensitive part of the retina to die or the blood vessels in it to burst, leading to irreversible damage, and possible loss of sight eventually.The study noted that this not only affects direct smokers, but even those who experiences second-hand smoking.
Climate change could wreak "irreversible damage" on the world's most precious ancient monuments and other cultural sites, experts warned Saturday as they pushed for UN protection for major global sites.
They say displaced dredged materials and the harvesting of sand from the sea by the Kenya Ports Authority would cause irreversible damage to the environment and marine life.
Upon attempted removal, the material fractures easily, causing irreversible damage and preventing subsequent re-application.
Sir David, 92, says in the film: "It may sound frightening but the scientific evidence is that if we have not taken dramatic action within the next decade, we could face irreversible damage to the natural world and the collapse of societies."
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Feb 19 (ANI) 63 Moons Technologies Limited said on Tuesday it has filed criminal complaint with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and is filing Rs 10,000 crore damage suits against former Finance Minister P Chidambaram and two bureaucracts for causing irreversible damage to the entire exchange eco-system.
'Serious attention is therefore needed with speedy action from government authorities to save us from irreversible damage,' he added.
For mankind appears to have wreaked such terrible irreversible damage In every conceivable way Would so many creatures have been driven to extinction If mankind had not been here?
The sheer number of visitors risks causing irreversible damage, experts say.Authorities in India on Monday raised the price of a ticket to the Taj Mahal for local visitors fivefold.
"The offenders have taken this away from them after causing irreversible damage to their classroom."