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January 16, 2013
A nurse puts in a drip for a baby diagnosed with respiratory diseases at a provincial children's hospital...
Hefei, China
A nurse puts in a drip for a baby diagnosed with respiratory diseases at a provincial children's hospital...
A nurse puts in a drip for a baby diagnosed with respiratory diseases at a provincial children's hospital in Hefei, Anhui province January 16, 2013. Days after choking smog blanketed China's capital, the country's premier-designate added his voice to appeals to curb the toxic haze, but he offered few specifics and said there was no quick fix. Particulate matter with a 2.5 micrometer diameter, known as PM2.5, can cause cardiopulmonary disease, lung cancer and acute respiratory infection, according to the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
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