Car pollutants a risk for asthma in kids?

null The study shows prenatal exposure to chemical pollutants from cars can change a child's genes, making them more likely to develop asthma later in life.

Other studies have linked car pollutants to asthma and even cancer.

Researchers say the data supports the concept that environmental exposures can interact with genes during key developmental periods; which may trigger disease onset later in life.


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