Study suggests air pollution is an important independent risk factor for asthma exacerbations in children living in urban areas

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A new study reported that moderate levels of outdoor air pollutants, ozone, and fine particulate matter correlated to non-viral asthma attacks in children and adolescents who live in low-income urban areas.

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