Haze and premature skin ageing

The haze can cause respiratory infections, cardiosvascular complications and irritate the eyes and skin as small particles in the air can enter bodies to wreak havoc. PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE - The haze season is upon us and some people are feeling the effects of the air pollution.

The haze can cause respiratory infections, cardiosvascular complications and irritate the eyes and skin as small particles in the air can enter bodies to wreak havoc.

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