Post Date: January 24, 2020
“While the percentage of loss is far less than what might be seen in a degenerative disease state, this loss may be enough to influence the development of various physical and mental processes.”
—Travis Beckwith, PhD
Their work adds to a collection of evidence from experts at Cincinnati Children’s and colleagues indicating that traffic-related air pollution (TRAP) is contributing to health problems that extend beyond lung conditions.
Here are more air pollution-related findings published in recent months by experts at Cincinnati Children’s and the University of Cincinnati.
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