Big Air Pollution Impacts On Local Communities: Traffic Corridors Major Contributors To Illness From Childhood Asthma

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Big Air Pollution Impacts On Local Communities: Traffic Corridors Major Contributors To Illness From Childhood Asthma

ScienceDaily (Nov. 5, 2009) — Heavy traffic corridors in the cities of Long Beach and Riverside are responsible for a significant proportion of preventable childhood asthma, and the true impact of air pollution and ship emissions on the disease has likely been underestimated, according to researchers at the University of Southern California (USC).

Air Pollution Increases Infants’ Risk Of Bronchiolitis

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Air Pollution Increases Infants’ Risk Of Bronchiolitis

ScienceDaily (Nov. 7, 2009) — Infants who are exposed to higher levels of air pollution are at increased risk for bronchiolitis, according to a new study.

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