The pandemic and recent wildfires have shown how unhealthy indoor air can be. But scientific and governmental inertia have slowed the necessary remedies.
Researchers are struggling to understand what is driving the gender disparity in lung cancer cases among people 35 to 54.
Scientists and educators are searching for ways to improve air quality in the nation’s often dilapidated school buildings.
Air pollution can trigger all sorts of symptoms, from the sniffles to congestion.
Heat, flooding and wildfire smoke have made for treacherous conditions. Use this guide to determine when it’s safe to head out and when you should stay home.
A new study quantified the benefits of pollution reduction in terms of race and class.
Emissions from gas stoves have been connected to an increased risk for childhood asthma, among other things. You can mitigate the effects with a few simple steps.
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People who worked out in even moderately polluted air did not show the kinds of brain improvements tied to a lower risk of dementia.
Children, pregnant women, the elderly and those with pre-existing heart or lung disease are the most vulnerable.