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Improved air quality tied to fewer new childhood asthma cases
by Lisa Rapaport
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21 May 2019
On 21 May 2019 Reuters reported:
Childhood asthma rates appear to be dropping in many communities across southern California, and a new study suggests this may be due at least in part to improved air quality. Air pollution has long been linked to a variety of respiratory problems and an increased risk of severe asthma attacks for people who already have the breathing disorder. But research to date hasn't offered as clear a picture of how much reducing levels of toxic chemicals in the air might help stop asthma from developing at all.
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