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Respiratory health and individual estimated exposure to traffic-related air pollutants in a cohort of young children
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    I am writing to comment on the paper[1] by Morgenstern et al. entitled “Respiratory health and individual estimated exposure to traffic-related air pollutants in a cohort of young children” The paper looked at the health effects of various components of air pollution as they depended on distance from major traffic arteries in and around Munich, Germany. I do not disagree with the data of that paper, which was obtained in a hig...
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