A new study found dramatic variation in air pollution's health effects among neighborhoods in the Bay Area.
New York City is the worst offender.
Aging, pollution-spilling equipment clocks its final days at the Ravenswood Generating Station.
There’s overwhelming evidence that air pollution is a serious public health problem.
Especially in warm, sunny weather, petroleum-based pavement and roofing release compounds that contribute to unhealthy air.
The city's air pollution could worsen the toll of the pandemic.
Both attack our lungs and incite a similar response by the immune system.
Nationwide, almost half are caused by out-of-state emissions.
The dose of exposure is important—the worse the pollution, the greater the health effects.
This could lead to more greenhouse gas emissions and worse air quality.
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