Turning toxic particles into pencils

According to research by the World Health Organisation, a shocking 98% of Indian schoolchildren breathe toxic air, both outside but also within classrooms. Air pollution impacts neurodevelopment and cognitive ability and can trigger asthma, and childhood cancer. To raise awareness of this issue, nasal health brand Otrivin, owned by global consumer health company Haleon, has launched a clean air... Source

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