Question of the Week: What do you do to “Be Air Aware” when planning outdoor activities?
May 3-7 is Air Quality Awareness Week. The quality of the air we breathe affects each of us differently and can lead to serious health issues, including asthma, heart disease and stroke to name a few. Air Quality Awareness Week is a partnership effort to remind Americans to check the Air Quality Index while planning their outdoor activities.
What do you do to “Be Air Aware” when planning outdoor activities?
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