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Panel to address ozone effects on children

Next week, a panel of doctors and air quality experts will answer questions parents have about the health effects of ozone on young children.

The non-profit group, Save The Air in Nevada County will sponsor the event titled, “Living with Ozone – How to Keep Your Children Safe.” The meeting will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Monday, July 23 at the Nevada County Board of Realtors Esterly Hall, 336 Crown Point Circle in Grass Valley.

The panel will include: Asthma and allergy specialist Dr. Michael McCormick, MD; Certified Asthma Educator Jan Tippett, RN; Founder of Nevada County Breathers Dr. Jeff Kane; Joe Fish of Northern Sierra Air Quality Management District and Marina Bernheimer, mother and co-founder of STA in NC.



For more information contact Ed Welch at 265-5949 or 559-1486.


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