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Return of killer smog? Experts warn of potentially deadly NYC haze

Research has linked exposure to fine particles from wildfire smoke with a number of health issues, both in the short and long term.
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How hot is too hot for the human body?

New research on young, healthy humans found the body begins overheating when exposed to temperatures and humidity lower than previously believed.
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Health risks of smoke and ozone rise in the West as wildfires worsen

Health risks of smoke and ozone rise in the West as wildfires worsen

Simultaneous high levels of the two pollutants, which harm human health, are occurring with increasing frequency, researchers say.
US counties get mixed grades in ‘State of the Air’ pollution report
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US counties get mixed grades in ‘State of the Air’ pollution report

The American Lung Association’s annual report on pollution levels in the United States warns that 2 in 5 Americans live in counties with too much ozone or particulate pollution.
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