People in Less Affluent Neighborhoods Breathe More Hazardous Particles

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People living in non-white and low-income communities breathe in more hazardous particles than in affluent white ones. This new study isn’t intended to speak on the racial disparity, but on the widening economic gap when it comes to air pollution.

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