Those living near highway and railroad intersections more likely to develop asthma, study finds

Those living near highway and railroad intersections more likely to develop asthma, study finds
Researchers recently released study data showing children who lived near major highway or railroad intersections have higher diagnoses of asthma. The researchers used this study to show how neighborhood environment is a risk factor in understanding the development of pediatric asthma.

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