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UNICEF reports that as many as 17 million babies worldwide face potential brain development issues due to their exposure to toxicity levels more than six times higher than considered safe in air.

Toxic air is putting the brain development of millions of infants under one at risk, Unicef says.

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  1. UNICEF reports that as many at 17 million babies face potential brain development issues due to rising pollution levels.
  2. UNICEF reports that as many as 17 million babies face potential brain development issues due to rising pollution levels worldwide.
  3. UNICEF reports that as many as 17 million babies worldwide face potential brain development issues due to their exposure to toxicity levels more than six times higher than considered safe in air.

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