Instead, she tries to empower herself. She avoids walking through exhaust, doesn’t use pesticides, buys organic foods, shuts her windows to keep air pollution outdoors and uses air filters in her home.
“Maybe this study will potentially change the way we see the environment and treat it in the future,” she said. “Individually and in small groups we can invoke change.”
This article originally ran at Environmental Health News, a news source published by Environmental Health Sciences, a nonprofit media company.