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24 February 2011

Air pollution might hurt school kids' lungs

Allergy season is known to aggravate asthmatics, but other types of fine particle pollution in the air throughout the year also measurably affect children's lung function.

Allergy season is known to aggravate kids' asthma attacks, but other types of fine particle pollution in the air throughout the year also measurably affect children's lung function, sometimes dramatically, according to Taiwanese researchers.

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