Future of the Environment

Eat salmon to ward off air pollution

A healthy diet can reverse the effects of fine-particulate matter, say experts Image: REUTERS/Jason Lee

Weiming Jiang

President, DSM China

Zhang Weiguo

Director of scientific affairs, DSM China

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