Can trees in urban areas reduce the risk of asthma attacks? – Inquirer.net


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Can trees in urban areas reduce the risk of asthma attacks?
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New research in the United Kingdom suggests that the risk of asthma attacks in polluted urban areas can be reduced if the area also includes plenty of trees. Led by Dr. Ian Alcock, research fellow at the University of Exeter's Medical School, the study ...

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