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Because of their strong bodies and immune systems, athletes are not affected by air pollution when exercising. true or falsse
Because of their strong bodies and immune systems, athletes are not affected by air pollution when exercising. This is FALSE. Athletes who exercise vigorously outdoors are susceptible to severe health problems from air pollution. [ ]
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