Components of air pollution affect wheezing, coughing

12/17/2009 | Reuters

Columbia University researchers said specific components of urban air pollution affect asthma and cold symptoms in children. Their study of 700 children in New York City showed high ambient levels of nickel and vanadium were risk factors for wheezing, while carbon particles from diesel exhaust were linked to coughing during the cold and flu season.

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