USC Researchers Link Autism With Breathing Air Pollution
Scientists have already found that living near a freeway can put children at a greater risk of developing autism and a new University of Southern California study may explain why. Researchers now say they have evidence that links autism with breathing air pollution. Art Barron reports.
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