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Babies' brains at risk from toxic pollution: UN

Terra Daily Wednesday, 6 December 2017
Babies' brains at risk from toxic pollution: UNNew Delhi (AFP) Dec 6, 2017

As New Delhi and other major cities hit new toxic smog peaks, the United Nations sounded the alarm Wednesday over the damage that pollution is doing to babies' developing brains. The UN's children's agency, UNICEF, said Asia accounts for more than 16 million of the world's 17 million infants aged under one year living in areas with severe pollution - at least six times more than safe levels
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According to a report, 17 million babies around the world are at serious risk of brain and lung damage because of air pollution. Matt Yurus reports.

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