Adverse air condition can kill many organisms containing humans. Ozone pollution can cause respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease, throat inflammation, chest pain, and congestion. Water misuse causes approximately 14,000 deaths per day, mostly due to pollution of drinking water by untreated residue in emerging countries. An estimated 500 million Indians have no entree to a proper toilet, over ten million people in India fell ill with waterborne diseases in 2013, and 1,535 people perished, most of them kids. Nearly 500 million Chinese need access to safe drinking water. A 2010 analysis estimated that 1.2 million people died each year prematurely in China because of air pollution. The WHO estimated in 2007 that air abuse causes half a million losses per year in India. Studies have determined that the number of people killed yearly in the United States could be over 50,000. Oil spills can cause skin sensitivities and rashes. Noise contamination induces hearing loss, high blood pressure, stress, and sleep disturbance. Mercury has been linked with developmental deficiencies in children and neurologic indications. Older people are majorly exposed to diseases induced by air pollution. Those with heart or lung ailments are at additional risk. Children and infants are also at grave risk. Lead and other heavy metals have been determined to cause neurological problems. Chemical and radioactive materials can cause cancer and as well as birth defects. Corruption can also be the consequence of a natural disaster. For example, hurricanes often involve water contamination from sewage, and petrochemical spills from ruptured boats or automobiles. Larger scale and environmental damage are not uncommon when coastal oil rigs or factories are involved. Some sources of pollution, such as nuclear energy plants or oil tankers, can produce widespread and possibly hazardous releases when circumstances occur. In the case of noise pollution, the predominant source class is the motor vehicle, contributing about ninety percent of all unwanted noise worldwide.