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information, with a minimum of searching.
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|Winthrop Health Study
The Winthrop Health Study establishes a link between
airports and the health of people in neighboring communities. Want to
review the Health Study? (You won't be leaving albuterolotc.com) click
|State of Washington
Department of Public Health: NICE
Seattle-Tacoma Airport has been the focal point of a
great deal of study in the relationships between airports, pollution and
health. The report accessed here outlines the reasons to initiate a health
study estimated to cost up to five million dollars. The report is also an
excellent means of education.
To access the report, the link below will take you to
the "NICE" site (The State of Washington DPH Non-Infectious
When you get to the site, select the "Nice Staff Publications"
button. This will provide access to several important reports. Select the
"Third Progress Report" . You will need adobe acrobat to read
the report. (To get adobe acrobat, go to www.adobe.com,
and download it. It's easy.)
To go to the Washington DOH NICE Site, click
Regional Commission on Airport Affairs (RCAA)
This site has a library containing links to very relevant
environment-health information. When you get to the site, click its
To access the Seattle-Tacoma "RCAA" site, click
|National Resources Defense
This site provides information on a very broad range
of environmental-health activities.
For example, to follow legislative activity, go to this site, and
then follow its links to "At The Crossroads" and
To access the NRDC, click
|Thomas (Jefferson) on
This site provides up to date information on the
activity of the US Congress.
Go to this site, and use its search facility to look
up Bill S775, the "Airport Bubble Bill".
If this bill ever passes, it will make a major impact on pollution
caused by airports. Check it out!
To get to the Thomas web site, click
|Asthma In America
Results of a "Landmark Survey". When you get
to the site, click on the "Executive Summary" for an education
To access the site, click
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