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Heart Heavy News for Cyclists in Traffic

Take a drive through a city and you'll surely see cyclists weaving in and out of traffic.

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News Analysis: Environmentalists Applaud 'Good Neighbor' Rule But Want EPA To Do More

The US EPA has recently issued a new rule that the agency says will limit pollution from coal-fired power plants that drifts across state

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Study Says Pollution Can Harm Children's Brains

A new study now says air pollution from cars and factories can harm a child's developing brain.

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Interview with PA DEP's Regional Air Quality Manager

As The Allegheny Front takes a closer look at the region's air quality, Host Matthew Craig sits down with Mark Wayner, Air Quality P

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News Analysis: Study Looks at Long-term Health Effects of Smog

A study just released by the New England Journal of Medicine is the first national study to look at the long-term impacts of smog on huma

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The Smog Museum: Clean Air Started Here

In 1948, a small town in western Pennsylvania shocked the world when pollution-laced smog killed at least 20 people and sickened thousan

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Pennsylvania Joins Ozone Lawsuit

Pennsylvania is one of thirteen states suing the US Environmental Protection Agency over its newest rule on ground level ozone, which con

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Anti-Idling Regs Aim to Cut Smog

By this summer, idling trucks, buses and other transportation equipment for more than 5 minutes each hour could be illegal in Pennsylvani

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