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US study links air pollution to infant mortality in sub-Saharan Africa

July 7, 2020

Air pollution from traffic and industrial activities has come up again, but a new Stanford-led study highlighted that air pollution, even from natural sources e.g. dust which travels thousands of miles from sub-Saharan Africa, is critical in determining infant mortality and overall child health around the world. The Stanford researchers found that a roughly 25% […]

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