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Severe air pollution could speed up the degeneration of your child’s brain

Many people now wear surgical masks in places like Mexico and in Asia, where pollution is very bad. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

Amedeo D'Angiulli

Professor of Developmental Cognitive and Social Neuroscience, Carleton University

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