Risk of Childhood Asthma Linked to Racial Isolation
Black children in the US are twice as likely as other children to develop asthma. But why black children are much more likely than other children to suffer from asthma? Persistent residential segregation, which traps minority children in unhealthy, polluted neighborhoods might be the reason, suggests a new study by Princeton University.
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