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Traffic pollution can lead to anxiety in children, according to study

by Adam Weller | May 22, 2019
A study from the University of Cincinnati’s Dr. Kelly Brunst has linked traffic pollution to anxiety in children. According to the study, published in the Environmental Research journal, children from polluted areas are seven percent more likely to report feelings of anxiety.

A study from the University of Cincinnati’s Dr. Kelly Brunst has linked traffic pollution to anxiety in children. According to the study, published in the Environmental Research journal, children from polluted areas are seven percent more likely to report feelings of anxiety.

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