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July 2018


The Best Air Purifier for Allergies

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Air Pollution in National Parks

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Air pollution in US National Parks at a new high

Most people assume visiting a national park means getting away from the city smog, dirt, and pollution. However, new studies released show that some US national parks has air pollution levels as bad as some of the major cities!

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Managing Air Pollution

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The federal government has a protocol in place for pollution deemed “unhealthy” in waterways. So, why isn’t there a plan for unsafe levels of air pollution?

A recent article published in Forbes, written by Stephanie Coates, UH Energy, University of Houston, poses this exact question. Coates points out the government has a model on how to regulate the water pollution levels, but not for air. She states:

“Under the Clean Water Act, if a state identifies a waterway that is ‘impaired,’ or in danger of not meeting water quality standards, the state is supposed to calculate the pollution affecting the waterway and determine a plan, or Total Maximum Daily Load (TDML), to reduce the pollution to levels that meet water quality standards.” 

What she is questioning is, why the government has not taken this model and modified it for air quality standards.

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New Home Chemicals

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Toxic Chemicals Found in Newly Built Homes

Are you in the process of building a new home? Perhaps it’s your dream home. Have you considered how the chemicals being used will affect your health?

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Air Pollution & Diabetes

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New studies find air pollution may increase the risk of developing diabetes, even at “safe levels” of pollution.

According to a recent article published on ZME Science, Researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louise and the Veterans Affairs (VA) St. Louis Health Care System suggest heavily polluted countries, including the U.S., should adopt tighter air pollution regulations (zmescience.com).

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