Improving children’s health starts with cleaner air April 22, 2021

Drs. Steph Lee (PSR Pennsylvania) and Gabriel Cisneros | Patriot-News

Structural racism and economic disadvantages are both known drivers of premature death from air pollution, compounding the effects of climate change and the pandemic, as low-income communities are hit hardest by COVID-19.

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