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Air Pollution Is Prematurely Aging Your Skin: Here's How You Can Protect Yourself

Click here for reuse options! New research reveals that toxic fumes in urban areas are giving city-dwellers wrinkles and age spots. Air pollution is a known health hazard, linked to a number of life-threatening ailments, including cancer and a host of diseases that impact cardiovascular and respiratory health. The World Health Organization estimates that around 7 million people worldwide die prematurely due to exposure to air pollution.
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