Air pollution causes long-lasting damage to young children. During pregnancy, for example, pollution is almost as bad for the foetus as smoking. As children grow up, their developing brains and bodies are particularly vulnerable to pollutants – causing a variety of chronic health issues. So what does this global health emergency mean for young children, and what steps can policymakers take to ensure babies and toddlers breathe clean air?
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