Protecting Ourselves from Diesel Fumes
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Protecting Ourselves from Diesel Fumes

Posted by on Tuesday, March 5 2013

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Los Angeles, California, is one of the biggest transportation in the world, but that has major health implications for residents. Exposure to diesel fumes has an impact on everyone, and Switzer Fellow Scott Fruin documents those effects, especially on children.

 
 
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