Thousands of Americans call for safeguards from gas stove health risks, as public health organizations mark World Asthma Day May 2, 2023
“Asthma is a serious, chronic health condition that can be deadly,” noted Barbara Gottlieb, director of the environment and health program, Physicians for Social Responsibility. “Many people are now learning for the first time that the air we breathe indoors can be unhealthy due to gas stove pollution. We’re now counting on the CPSC to provide information and solutions, because the public will no longer settle for radio silence on this issue.”
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