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Air pollution study confirms concerns over childhood rickets

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A study in India has shown that young children living in areas of high air pollution are in danger of developing rickets.

Two groups of age matched infants and toddlers were compared for serum vitamin D metabolites, calcium, alkaline phosphatase (AP), and parathormone (PTH) concentrations. One group lived …

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