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According to a new study released by the Harvard School of Public Health, exposure to fine particulate air pollution during the last three months of pregnancy can double the risk of having an autistic child. This latest study is one among several that have demonstrated the correlation between air pollution and autism in recent years. […]

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It has just been confirmed once again: that transportation and household heating induced pollution you see over densely populated cities is bad for us. In a report released Mar. 25, the World Health Organization (WHO) revealed around 7 million people died in 2012 as a result of air pollution exposure. This represents one in eight […]

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