November 3rd, 2013

Did you know…

  • 40 percent of people with asthma in California are renters, which can limit their ability to rid their homes of dust mites, mold, and secondhand smoke.

  • Children from low-income families are more likely to live next to freeways and be exposed to bio allergens from proximity to agricultural and industrial operations.

  • And nowhere in California is this more apparent than in the Central Valley.

Read more from our investigation into the Central Valley’s respiratory nightmare.

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