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The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has issued an ozone health watch for metropolitan Phoenix on Monday. Ozone is an invisible gas created when other pollutants in the air -- such as those created by combustion-- are heated by the sun.
High levels of air pollution can cause increased incidences of asthma attacks, respiratory infections, lung cancer and even death, a U.S. physician says...Collins Center for Biomedical Research at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Associated Press The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has issued an ozone health watch for Saturday and an ozone high pollution advisory for Sunday in the Phoenix metropolitan area...Meteorological conditions will move ozone from Southern
15 p.m.CDT Updated:Friday, May 18, 2012 4:17 p.m.CDT When a clear blue sky full of sunshine beckons us outside in the early spring, we cannot help but take a deep breath and enjoy the fresh air. When the ground is still wet from snowmelt or rainfall,
Written by Filed Under Indianapolis has declared its first Knozone Action Days of the year, saying both Saturday and Sunday could pose problems for the elderly, children or people with respiratory problems. "This weekends (air quality index) forecast
Tulsa has exceeded acceptable ozone limits twice so far this year, on Tuesday and Wednesday. People with lung or heart disease should be aware that increased air pollution may cause them to experience adverse health effects. Symptoms include chest
These clean-air "action" requests cover Salt Lake, Davis, Box Elder, Tooele, Utah, Washington and Weber counties. "We are seeing moderately high pollution levels," said Bryce Bird, director of the Utah Division of Air Quality. Those levels serve as "
And this change could make sub-tropical desert regions even drier as it drives rain further north into the mid latitudes, where Europe sits...The Tropics are the band around the equator where the sun reaches a point directly overhead at least once
Tim Wheeler Just in time for the start of ozone season, the Environmental Protection Agency officially reminds us that Baltimoreans are still breathing unhealthful levels of pollution in their air in late spring and summer. The city and its suburbs
Environmental Protection Agency reported that air quality in the United States was improving because of limits placed on ground-level ozone. The EPA said it determined that 45 areas across the United States didn't meet 2008 standards for smog. The