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Air Pollution Puts Children at Higher Risk of Disease in Adulthood

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment | Children exposed to air pollution, such as wildfire smoke and car exhaust, for as little as one day may be doomed to higher rates of heart disease and other ailments in adulthood, according to a new Stanford-led study headed by Mary Prunicki. Coverage related to this study is listed below:

View from above Fresno, California, an area with some of the country’s highest air pollution levels. | Vadim Manuylov

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