Gas stoves are poisoning us; how the industry hid the danger November 4, 2023

Michael J. Martin, MD, MPH, MBA | The San Jose Mercury News

Beginning in the 1970s, the American Gas Association responded to increased scrutiny from regulators into the air quality impacts from gas stoves by developing a campaign to manufacture controversy over the health research.

Their strategy mirrored the one employed by another unscrupulous industry facing growing concern over health risks: Big Tobacco.

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