Sharp rise in asthma cases linked to air pollution

The incidence of asthma more than doubled in Britain during the 1980s, according to figures released in response to parliamentary questions by the Labour Party's environment team.1 Labour claims that the rise is linked to the increase in vehicle pollution during the decade.

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