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A new report shows that cleaning up pollution continues successfully in much of the nation
Why are kids more vulnerable?
Learn more about the health effects of air pollution on children
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Co-founders Laura Seydel and Stephanie Blank talk about link between air quality and children's health in this video

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News: Raleigh Luncheon Focuses on Health Benefits of Clean Energy

North Carolina citizens gathered in Raleigh at the state’s Museum of Natural History on April 7 to better understand the health benefits of clean, renewable energy. The event was co- hosted by M&O and featured M&O volunteer Dr. Jennifer Caicedo, a pediatric allergist from Charlotte.

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News: Inaugural “Let’s Go Fly a Kite” Successfully Launches

On Saturday, April 30th we held our inaugural Let’s Go Fly a Kite event at Park Tavern in Piedmont Park. Families from all over the metro area joined us for kite decorating, kite flying and picnicking. The event was held to highlight the importance of clean air for children’s health.

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News: Atlanta Air Quality Improved, More Work to be Done Finds 2016 ‘State of the Air’ Report

The American Lung Association’s 2016 “State of the Air” report found metro Atlanta to have the cleanest air since the annual report was first issued in 2000, when Atlanta ranked #9 most polluted for ozone. The report showed improvements in both ozone and particle pollution levels.

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Media: North Carolina Media Outlets Report on “State of the Air”

North Carolina is talking about its air. Across the state media outlets are reporting on the American Lung Association’s 2016 State of the Air Report and quoting Mothers & Others volunteers and staff in N.C.

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