Health Issues Raised Around Ethanol Use

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A new study reports that increased use of the fuel additive ethanol could lead to more cases of ozone-related deaths, hospitalization and asthma.


Mark Z. Jacobson, co-founder and director, Atmosphere/Energy Program; associate professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University



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