New holiday cooking safety guide offers tips on how to avoid unhealthy air pollution from gas stoves November 18, 2021

Illinois PIRG

“Who knew that the pollutants from a gas stove are dangerous? Unfortunately, they are, especially to the developing lungs of children,” said Barbara Gottlieb, director of Environment & Health at Physicians for Social Responsibility. “The notion that gas stoves are pollution-free is a story we’ve been sold. It’s not true. If you use a gas stove, please take the simple precautions that will protect your health.”

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