Air Pollution, Asthma Burden Unevenly Shared Among U.S. Children

Posted: 05/07/2012 7:44 pm Updated: 05/07/2012 7:55 pm
Kellen Bolden was only 10 years old when an asthma attack took his life, but his mom still remembers him as a “little man” with big aspirations.

Kellen Bolden, 1990-2001.
“He often said to himself, ‘Good morning, Mr. Millionaire,'” recalled Rhonda Mitchell. Kellen’s dreams, she said, weren’t confined to the limits of his hometown, Jonesboro, Ga., a predominantly minority, low-income community about 20 miles south of Atlanta.

Much like its bigger neighbor to the north, and a number of other cities across the country, Jonesboro has long faced air pollution problems.

“We know that air quality is unacceptable in many places,” said Christopher Paul, a graduate student in environmental policy at Duke University. “This is just one of a number of assaults on children’s well-being that makes it harder to lead healthy, successful lives.”  …

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3 responses to “Air Pollution, Asthma Burden Unevenly Shared Among U.S. Children

  1. Interesting Article. Air Pollution is really important issue to discuss about. As chances of heart disease and other dangerous disease are increasing day by day because of impure air quality.


  2. Isn’t it dangerous to breathe ozone? Doesn’t it created harmful byproducts when it breaks down substances? A machine like this is tempting for the sterilization aspects, but is it truly healthful?


    • Thank you for your thoughts. You’ve asked several questions, involving different applications of ozone. Some people are more sensitive to ozone than others. If you have further technical questions, please give us a call at 1-800-550-1995, or email us directly at


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