Traffic polution linked to childhood asthma

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A new study estimates traffic pollution is linked to 4-million new cases of childhood asthma each year.
Researchers at George Washington University assessed children in nearly 200 countries and 125 major cities.
They found Kuwait had the highest rate of traffic-pollution related asthma, followed by the United Arab Emirates and Canada.
The U.S. ranked 25th out of the 194 countries.



 
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