Scientists at the University of Monash University and School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine say that the long-running pollution environment will cause autism in younger children. She studied the subject of the study.
A total of 124 children of 3 years of autism and 1,240 healthy children tested. For 9 years scientists have observed younger patients. The PM1, PM2.5 and PM10 also studied the development of contaminated air system along with the panels. Rapid blood vessels, entering the lungs and promoting the development of serious diseases are also defective poisonous industrial emissions. Detection of contaminated air driving is likely to increase by 78%.
However, researchers have admitted that they can not fully understand the causes of illness, but environmental factors are important in developing robots as genetics. The fact is that children's brains are badly affected by the poison. Air pollution affects organics and immune system. Experts intend to continue research.