'Safe' levels? Small amounts of air pollution linked to more death for senior citizens: Study

Large Harvard study suggests lax national air pollution standards are killing the elderly before their time

Elderly people have a higher risk of dying after short-term exposure to particulate air pollution and ozone, according to a new study from Harvard.

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