unhealthy air

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Not to your knowledge; but you have inhaled unhealthy air, and it has left its effect.
He tied the high rates of pollution-related illness such as cancer, asthma and other respiratory diseases in communities of color to the reality that 68 percent of African-Americans and 40 percent of Latinos live within 30 miles of a coal-fired power plant and more than half of Asian Pacific Islanders in the United States live in counties with unhealthy air quality.
In addition, an ozone garden will be created using plants that show signs of damage when exposed to unhealthy air.
Owing to Beijing's unhealthy air, foreign companies pay a "hardship bonus" of up to 30 percent to employees working there.
A resident of Ghori Town, Zubair Ahmad said that un-repaired and old vehicles not only producing unhealthy air to breath but it also disturbed the traffic flow.
The agency is forecasting unhealthy air quality levels for Oakridge over the next couple of days as high pressure dominates the region and air stagnation continues.
Reduced ventilation, too much humidity and the use of chemicals can lead to unhealthy air and affect health and wellbeing," he cautioned.
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Tuesday handed the Obama administration an important victory in its effort to reduce power plant pollution in 27 Midwestern and Appalachian states that blows downwind and leads to unhealthy air.
A resident of sector F-6/1, Fahad Ali said that un-repaired and old vehicles not only producing unhealthy air to breath but it also disturbed the traffic flow.
The rebates will support the program's effort to replace and update existing diesel vehicles, and will target where people are exposed to unhealthy air.
Yet, according to the report, many children spend days in school buildings with unhealthy air, limited opportunities for physical activity and inadequate access to fresh water, nutritious food or a school nurse.