Push to phase out gas stoves over health concerns met with online anger January 14, 2023

Fox 13 Seattle

“Even when you’re using them perfectly according to directions, even when they’re turned off, they release nitrogen dioxide,” said Dr. Annemarie Dooley, a member of Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility….Dr. Dooley noted that gas stoves aren’t just a medical concern, but an environmental justice problem. 

Air quality is largely a cumulative impact. Research has estimated that as much as 60-percent of your health is determined by your zip code. Those who live in areas with poor air quality, could essentially be doubling-down with harms in their home – in this case, a gas stove.

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