Unburned natural gas contains 21 toxic air pollutants, study finds June 28, 2022

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Dr. Regina LaRocque of the group Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility says this study “demonstrates that the gas many people cook with in their homes is a complex mixture of chemicals, many of which are dangerous to our health.

“It’s 2022, and there are now so many better ways to cook our food than by burning toxic chemicals inside our kitchens,” she said. 

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