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Central Pa. gets mixed grades in “State-of-the-Air” report

Lancaster and Dauphin Counties got F grades in particle pollution while Cumberland County was graded with a D.

By Scott LaMar

Lung Association gives Pa. failing grades in reducing tobacco use

American Lung Association's 2022 Report Card
By Scott LaMar

Radon gas is dangerous and extremely common in Pennsylvania, causing a significant health risk

Radon gas is a byproduct of naturally-occurring uranium as the element breaks down underground, then enters through cracks or leaks in a home or building foundation.

By Merideth Bucher

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