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"This experience showed me that parents can't assume that our little ones know basic solutions to dangerous situations," she wrote.

The report ranks the top 50 U.S. cities exposed to the combination of pollen and ozone.

Looking back on the extreme weather disasters of the past few years, some interesting parallels can be drawn between crises in the weather community and the health community.

  • Marshall Shepherd
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  • Oct 16, 2014
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While they're difficult to predict, changes in precipitation extremes in Africa could increase Ebola outbreaks.

NASA has released some encouraging images showing a marked decline in air pollution over much of the eastern U.S.

It's not even officially summer yet, but already at least a dozen children have died this year.

Through an innovative partnership with Howard University, the National Weather Service has rejuvenated its "Beat the Heat" campaign to heighten awareness of the dangers of stifling summertime weather.

The cool and wet spring has offered allergy sufferers a reprieve. Until now.

Capital Weather Gang’s A. Camden Walker explained symptoms your body shows when it’s adjusting to the cold.

From nephophobia - fear of clouds - to chionophobia - fear of snow, weather legitimately scares people.

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