Are children more affected by smog than their parents?



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    Yes. Since children do not have not fully developed lungs, smog and other air pollution greatly harms their long-term respiratory health.

    Adults with previously-existing respiratory diseases are vulnerable to exacerbation of their current illnesses.

    However, air pollution and children is an especially detrimental case because even healthy children can suffer from severe respiratory problems as they get older if they live in highly polluted areas during their developmental ages.

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