Large new study: Air pollution affects primary school children’s grades

Based on decades of extensive data, a study by the University of Copenhagen has established a correlation between air pollution exposure and primary school pupils’ grades.

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Exposure to air pollution from traffic exhaust, combustion, particulate matter and industry has long been associated with poor lung health, but according to a large new study by the University of Copenhagen, it also has a pronounced adverse effect on the brains of children. Danish researchers investigating the connection between air pollution and pupils’ grades […]

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