Do You Know How Air Pollution is Affecting Your Children?

Infants and children often have more exposure to air pollutants than adults. In infancy, children breath more rapidly than adults do, which increases their exposure to pollutants that are in the air. What’s more, infants and children also breathe through their mouths, which negates the natural filtering effects of the nose and allows more exposure to airborne particles that could be harmful.
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