A man in a scooter rides through Old Town Clovis on a smoggy afternoon on November 6, 2014. A new study reports that people in the Fresno region could live a year longer, on average, if levels of particulate pollution were reduced to the level recommended by the World Health Organization.
A man in a scooter rides through Old Town Clovis on a smoggy afternoon on November 6, 2014. A new study reports that people in the Fresno region could live a year longer, on average, if levels of particulate pollution were reduced to the level recommended by the World Health Organization. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee
A man in a scooter rides through Old Town Clovis on a smoggy afternoon on November 6, 2014. A new study reports that people in the Fresno region could live a year longer, on average, if levels of particulate pollution were reduced to the level recommended by the World Health Organization. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee

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