Air Pollution

Children are dying from air pollution. Here's how we can protect them

Air pollution poses a serious risk to the physical and mental development of children. Image: istockphoto.

Riya Master

Undergraduate Research Fellow, Harvard Medical School

Neha Rana

Undergraduate Research Fellow, Harvard Medical School

Ben Grobman

Medical Student, Harvard Medical School

David Duong

Director, Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change, Harvard Medical School

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Impact of air pollution on children's health. Source: WHO.
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