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UH study says Vog, along with air pollution “can hurt Hawaii student test scores.”

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UH: Vog hurts student test scores
UH: Vog hurts student test scores

Volcanic smog, or vog, along with air pollution can hurt Hawaii student test scores, according to a new study from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, the UH Economic Research Organization and University College London.


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