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Healthy Air Topics

  • View of an empty living room Do You Know Your Radon Levels?
    October 16, 2018  |  Editorial Staff
    It’s hard to be choosy about where to live when you’re in need of an affordable rental - especially if you’re on a student budget and need a place fast.
    Related Topic:  Healthy Air
  • Dark, spooky looking house backlit by purple and grey clouds Enter if You Dare: 6 Spooky Things Lurking Inside Your Home
    October 9, 2018  |  Editorial Staff
    Ghosts and ghouls, monsters and witches—Halloween is the time to celebrate all things that go bump in the night. But what if there’s something even scarier living inside your home? Indoor air pollutants can put your health at risk, regardless of the season.
    Related Topic:  Healthy Air
  • Cars in traffic To Protect Marylanders' Health, Defend Clean Car Standards
    September 14, 2018  |  Dr. Panagis Galiatsos
    The latest threat to our health is the effort to roll back federal clean car standards that limit vehicle pollution. Read why this Maryland physician is asking leaders to fight back.
    Related Topic:  Healthy Air
  • Red carriage in front of smoke stacks Tell EPA: Protect Science to Protect Health
    July 31, 2018  |  Editorial Staff
    Science is under attack and so are pollution limits that protect our health. EPA is knowingly trying to limit the science the agency can use in order to protect industry profits, at the expense of Americans' health.
    Related Topics:  Healthy Air, Science,
  • Shark Sharks Need Oxygen Too
    July 24, 2018  |  Editorial Staff
    One thing you might not know about sharks is that, like humans, they need oxygen to stay alive. And, like humans, what they breathe is under threat from the same, growing concern.
  • Cover image for American Lung Association's State of the Air report with family flying kite. 'State of the Air': Most Polluted Cities, Then and Now
    April 30, 2018  |  Editorial Staff
    For 19 years, the American Lung Association's "State of the Air" report has tracked air quality across America, chronicling our nation's progress in making our air cleaner and healthier. Over the years, the report has celebrated the reduction of harmful air pollution to the Clean Air Act.
    Related Topics:  Healthy Air, Impact,
  • Earth day landscape Earth Day Checklist: 5 Ways You Can Help the Planet and Lung Health by Reducing Air Pollution
    April 20, 2018  |  Editorial Staff
    Clean, healthy air is essential to protecting public health and the environment. Air pollution can trigger asthma attacks, send people to the hospital, shape how kids' lungs develop and can even be deadly. Thanks to safeguards put in place under the Clean Air Act over the last 49 years, our country has made progress in cleaning up and limiting harmful air pollution. But there’s still much work to do before everyone has healthy air to breathe.
    Related Topic:  Healthy Air
  • Field of oil rig systems In Case You Missed It: EPA Proposes to Revoke Limit Oil & Gas Pollution Protections
    April 4, 2018  |  Editorial Staff
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed to revoke clean air protections that limit oil and gas pollution. As they continue to move forward with rollbacks that have damaging consequences for the health of all Americans, it raises the question, what exactly is the EPA protecting?
    Related Topic:  Healthy Air
  • California Wildfires Getting Clean Air to Help Communities Devastated by Wildfire
    February 2, 2018  |  Jenny Bard, Director, Health Partnerships, American Lung Association in California
    At 2 a.m. on the morning of October 9, I was awakened by a text message from my daughter with the frightening words, "We're evacuating." It would be a day of panic, disbelief and heartbreak as fires tore through Santa Rosa and other communities just north of San Francisco.
    Related Topics:  Healthy Air, Impact,
  • Wood-burning stove What You Need to Know About Your Wood-Burning Stove and Heater
    January 16, 2018  |  Editorial Staff
    Thinking of curling up with a mug of hot cocoa and a good book in front of a roaring fire? Indoor wood-burning stoves and heaters may have a quaint and traditional feel, but they produce harmful toxins that can damage your lungs and air quality indoors and outdoors.
    Related Topic:  Healthy Air
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