Even Small Increases in Air Pollution Can Put Children at Higher Risk for Mental Illness

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Even low levels of air pollution may put children at higher risk for developing a mental illness, according to a recent study out of Sweden — the first of its kind to examine the effects of poor air quality on such a young cohort.

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